Daily Archives: August 26, 2018

Teach English in Japan – An Interview of Teacher Michael Jacobs

Michael Jacobs is a university instructor in Japan and studying for his Masters degree online, and was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to be interviewed by How to Teach English in Japan. What advice do … Continue reading

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Foreigners victims, perpetrators of sekuhara

Foreigners victims, perpetrators of sekuhara by Japan Times (Tokyo, Japan) Foreigners victims, perpetrators of sekuhara Japan sees progress on sexual harassment, but stories suggest it still has a long way to go By STEVE SILVER When “Tracy,” an American then … Continue reading

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Grounding the JETs

Grounding the JETs Japan Times (Japan) By Lisa Gay TOKYO — Since it was founded in 1987, the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme has brought over 50,000 young foreigners to live and work in this country. The vast majority of … Continue reading

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Many Have Raved about the JET Program

Many Have Raved about the JET Program It is increasingly looking like the JET Program will be a thing of the present and future, with announcements by the Japanese government. (Pictured above: a Japanese castle) The program is an official … Continue reading

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