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Japanese students' English skills far below govt targets

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Students at public junior high and high schools across Japan have English proficiency levels far below targets set by the government, the education ministry said in a fiscal 2016 survey on Wednesday.
Students at public junior high and high schools across Japan have English proficiency levels far below targets set by the government, the education ministry said in a fiscal 2016 survey on Wednesday.
The survey showed that the proportion of third-grade junior high school students with English skills equivalent to Grade 3 in the country’s popular Eiken English proficiency test or higher fell 0.

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