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Title: 日本における教科書採択制度の歴史的変遷
Other Titles: Tracing the History of the System for Adopting School Textbook in Japan
Authors: 浪本, 勝年
NAMIMOTO, Katsutoshi
Keywords: The system for adopting school textbook
board of education
teacher’s right to adopt school textbook
central government
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2012
Publisher: 立正大学心理学部
Abstract: One of the most crucial education issues in Japan now is which appropriate school textbook should be adopted in Yaeyama district in Okinawa. School textbook used in primary and secondary schools in Japan has played an active part of the class and has given strong affect to students. Entrance examination is usually made according to school textbook. It is the reason why school teachers still teach students mainly by using school textbook which is authorized by the central government.  So the important question appears. It is that who should have the authority to adopt school textbook. At the beginning of the modern school system in Japan teachers selected school textbook freely by their ideas. But the contents of school textbook have a significant impact on students in fostering their social and political thoughts. Government was gradually apt to control the contents of school textbook so that they could strengthen their political background.Act on free school textbook system, promulgated in 1963, orders the prefectural board of education to set up areas in which they decide one school textbook to adopt. The areas usually consist of several cities and towns, which have a significant impact on teachers’ role to select school textbooks. That means the Act deprives teachers of the right to adopt schooltextbook. Now it is said that the school board of education has the power to adopt school textbook for the local students. Is it right?
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/5086
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