A Japanese daily says schools in Japan run by a pro-North Korean organization will also soon benefit from high school tuition assistance.
The Mainichi Shimbun says that the schools, which currently do not qualify for subsidies due to their disputed curricula glorifying North Korea, will soon be included on a list of institutions that qualify for state tuition assistance.
The ten such schools, which are operated by an organization of Japanese residents of North Korean descent, have a total of 18-hundred students.
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‘Pro-NK Schools in Japan to Get State Subsidies’