Keep Japanese A Level

Alison Brumfit-Kuroishi
Alison Brumfit-Kuroishi Canterbury, England 985 Comments
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Japanese A Level is important for various reasons:

1. To increase UK students understanding of cultures outside Europe

2. Improving chances for students with dyslexia to achieve a language skill

3. Economic links with Japan

4. Recognition of heritage language speakers

Please support the retention of Japanese A Level before its loss affects GCSE and the the rest of the education system.

Thank you



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