Japan has also promise to widen the gap at a ceremony last month to provide more educational opportunity for their socio-economic challenged communities.
Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Japan, Yasuhisa Kawamura said “On behalf of the government and people of Japan, that Japan’s heavy investment on education for the purpose of educating their people is to able them to meet international challenges and also understand the importance of humanity.
Mr. Kawamura added “Japan’s future investment, will be able to accommodate many more children who aspire to get quality education and give benefit not only to students themselves but to the community as a whole.”
NJMED’s final World Top 20 Education Poll will be released in December. For more information about the poll please contact Albert Mitchell II at www.worldtop20.org