Japanese helps students

Youth & Careers

THE introduction of the Japanese language into the curriculum of some schools has improved the character of students such as respect and punctuality.
Sogeri National High School principal Kive Kererembo said the aim was to improve the character of students and to care for the environment.
Kererembo said he had seen changes in students, especially those who attended the Japanese language classes.
“I see (changes) happening,” he said.
“They are more respectful, they arrive on time and they are more polite.”
Kererembo came up with the idea of introducing the Japanese language proficiency test.
“I believe there is a need.
“There are hundreds of people who can speak Japanese but there is no paper to prove that.
“That is why we brought up the test,” he said.


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