The First, manner before knowledge. In Japanese school,

The quality of Human
Resources in country is influenced by
the strong quality of education. Education is exteremelly crucial for a great
wealth. As a developed country, Japan is a country that has the proper
education system in Asia. Based on 2017 Global Education Report, Japan is in
the second place after Finland. Characteristic of Japanese people known for
their intellectual, disclipine, respectful,  hard
working, are shaped from their educational system.

 There
are an incredibly cool education system and unique teaching methods, which makes
it different from the rest of the world.  First, manner before knowledge. In Japanese
school, for the first three years students learn manners, attitude of respect
for other, and moral. There is no exams,
no to judge the childs knowledge but to establish great manner and to
develop their essential right character. In Japanese culture, teaching ethics
to the young generation is more important than doing the exam, because the
character of child must to taught from early.

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Second, most of college do not work
Janitors. In Japanese school, student have to clean the classroom, halls, caffetaria
and toilets all by them selves.  Students are responsible for the cleanliness of the
school. Teachers and school staff are also join together in cleaning. Thus,
will build teamwork and good relationships among fellow citizens..
When cleaning, students are devided into small group. They also learn how to generous,  to respect with other people, self control and
responsible member of the sociaty.

Additionally, there is no social gab. In school, everyone eats the same kind of
meal, students and teacher eat together in the class room. However, during
lunch students  have to enjoy, to interact
with everyone in their class,  and can’t
be exclusive from other classmates. Student also have to wear a school uniform.
The uniform policy is intended toemove social barrier and helps to promote a
sense of togetherness among the student.