On March 23, the Mie Prefectural School Board began a survey to determine the demand for junior high school at night. Ask those who did not have enough middle school education if they would like to enter junior high school at night. The necessity of installation is determined based on the survey results.
At night junior high school, there are 33 schools in 9 prefectures where people who did not receive sufficient education can relearn. MEXT requires that at least one school be established in each prefecture, but it is not in the prefecture.
The Prefectural Board of Education conducted a survey in 2017, but the target at that time was the person in charge of the Municipal Board of Education, and many answered that there were no specific needs. The prefectural board of education stated that "we will continue to consider the necessity."
The survey is for those who are 16 years old or older who have not graduated from junior high school or who did not receive sufficient education at junior high school. Ask if you would like to attend junior high school at night and ask them to describe their reason and purpose.
The prefectural school will distribute leaflets to literacy classes, Japanese language classes, and free schools and call for answers. The Prefectural Board of Education, Elementary and Junior High School Education Division says, "I want to listen to the actual voices of the field and understand the needs of night junior high school."
Respond through a dedicated website established by the prefectural board of education. Access from QR code is also possible. You can also answer by phone. For inquiries regarding answers, please contact the Prefectural Board of Education Elementary and Junior High School Education Division = Telephone 059  2963 =.