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The book “Guide to taking entrance exams from school refusal” (Usable) will be released on November 17th at bookstores nationwide and Amazon! A unique career in the education industry! ? Graduated from the School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University. “Japan’s first guide book to solve school refusal through examinations”, which solves the problem of truancy from a perspective that educators have never seen before.
I would appreciate it if I could provide the readers with hints and awareness about when and how children who are currently truant should face the competition of “exams” in modern society.
“If I can get into the school of my choice, I will be able to leave my hometown and meet new friends and teachers.
I have seen many cases in which new encounters have solved the problem of school refusal at once.
More than 90% of refusal books so far
“Success story that the person who did not attend school went well” “Experiences of parents who have children who have stopped attending school” “Promotional books for specific cram schools and schools that deal with school refusal”
corresponds to However, this book does not apply to all of the above. ～Specifically～
・There is a tendency to think that “bullying [0.6%]” is the most common cause of non-attendance, but “poor academic performance [24.0%]” is 40 times more common.
・ Only the “upper class” can be saved by online classes
・Is the major cram school “kaisei” that anyone can enter?
・The number of correspondence high schools is increasing year by year, but the university entrance rate is only about 11%.
・Junior high school entrance exams are thought to be a high threshold, but in fact, it is the greatest opportunity for children who do not attend school!
・Schools that can take high school exams are the most limited ・YouTubers, celebrities, managers, etc. say, “You don’t have to go to school,” but is it okay to follow their voices?
・Is the quality of teachers in schools declining?
(The average age of high school teachers is over 46. The ratio for elementary school teachers has fallen to 1.4.)
The number of non-attendance students in elementary and junior high schools nationwide is 196,127 (announced by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in 2021).
It is said that about 50,000 high school students do not attend school. “School refusal” is no longer a special case.
However, parents may feel a great deal of anxiety about “why is my child going off the rails of society?”
The same is true for children. I can’t go to school, but what will happen to my future? I think I have anxiety.
This book introduces the path from refusal to school to university entrance exams.
In the Japanese education system, even if you don’t go to school for several years, the disadvantages are less than you might imagine. There are more options for higher education than you might think. Anxiety about the future can be eliminated by knowing your options. By knowing the facts and problems that can be solved, I think we can calmly deal with children’s refusal to go to school, saying, “It’s a temporary obstacle in a long life.”
Of course, going to college is not the only thing in life. If a child finds something they want to do, they should go for it. Going on to higher education is one way to get some time off until you find what you want to do.
This is a book to help you know the options for your child’s future and deal with school refusal without rushing.
~~ The main contents of this book where refusal to attend school turns into an advantage~~~
“‘Examination’ solved school refusal”
“Examples of Successful Examinations Made Possible by Not Attending School” “Sorting out the current state of the school refusal problem” “Educational institution where children who do not attend school can attend” “Guide to take the exam from school refusal”
“Structural Factors of Non-attendance in Public Schools”
“Points to find out the school that suits children who do not attend school” “How to choose an educational institution and specific teaching methods” [Image 2
■ About the author [Profile]
Yoshio Yamada Japan’s first! A cram school teacher who listens. Cocoro Mill Jukucho, an individual instruction cram school. After graduating from the School of Political Science and Economics at Waseda University and working for Japan Tobacco (JT), he founded Kokoro Mill in 2009. Unlike major educational institutions where “good teachers teach children who can do it”, our philosophy is “good teachers teach children who can’t”. Half of the year, the cram school is full and waiting for cancellations. Approach from a new aspect of solving the problem of school refusal through examinations. Currently, we have 3 school buildings in Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Azabujuban. Over 20 years of experience in teaching over 3,000 students. Rather than a one-way class that sends out messages, the “listening” class emphasizes the understanding of each child’s problem, and develops the child’s motivation and academic ability, resulting in a passing result. At the same time as cultivating academic ability, we are implementing steps, support, and training so that students can attend the schools they have passed. He consults with hundreds of people a year and is a hands-on person who also teaches students. Attend dialogue training by an authentic Finnish instructor. Father of 3 children.
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