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On average it takes students 16 years to pass through the Japanese education system. That's why Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's minister of education, has his sights set on the future and is carefully transforming the system to ensure students passing through Japanese schools will be well equipped to lead in a rapidly changing world
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On average it takes students 16 years to pass through the Japanese education system. That's why Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's minister of education, has his sights set on the future and is carefully transforming the system to ensure students passing through Japanese schools will be well equipped to lead in a rapidly changing world
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On average it takes students 16 years to pass through the Japanese education system. That's why Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's minister of education, has his sights set on the future and is carefully transforming the system to ensure students passing through Japanese schools will be well equipped to lead in a rapidly changing world
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On average it takes students 16 years to pass through the Japanese education system. That's why Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's minister of education, has his sights set on the future and is carefully transforming the system to ensure students passing through Japanese schools will be well equipped to lead in a rapidly changing world
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On average it takes students 16 years to pass through the Japanese education system. That's why Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's minister of education, has his sights set on the future and is carefully transforming the system to ensure students passing through Japanese schools will be well equipped to lead in a rapidly changing world
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On average it takes students 16 years to pass through the Japanese education system. That's why Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's minister of education, has his sights set on the future and is carefully transforming the system to ensure students passing through Japanese schools will be well equipped to lead in a rapidly changing world
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On average it takes students 16 years to pass through the Japanese education system. That's why Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's minister of education, has his sights set on the future and is carefully transforming the system to ensure students passing through Japanese schools will be well equipped to lead in a rapidly changing world
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