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Japanese Legislation Excludes North Korean High Schools from Tuition-Waiver Program

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Uploaded on Mar 29, 2010

A new bill in Japan could make public high school free, waiving the usual fee of about 100 dollars a month. The legislation would extend financial aid to all private and international schools except high schools for Korean students. Some Japanese leaders want all 10 of those schools shut out of the program. Akiko Fujita reports from Mito, in Japan's Ibaraki Prefecture.

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