（1） The warden of the penal institution shall provide with guidance in school courses （i.e. guidance in such contents as are equivalent to those of school curriculum based on the School Education Act （Act No.26 of 1947）; the same shall apply in the following paragraph） for the sentenced person who has been deemed hindered from reformation and rehabilitation or from smooth re-entry into society due to a lack of academic background fundamental to social life.〔【出典】日本法令外国語訳データベースシステム 〕
（1） It shall be permissible to reproduce a work already reproduced in a school textbook, by enlarging letters and characters, illustrations, etc. used in said school textbook for the purpose of providing the same for use by weak-sighted pupils or students in their studies.〔【出典】日本法令外国語訳データベースシステム 〕
（2） In addition to what is prescribed in the preceding paragraph, the warden of the penal institution may provide a sentenced person for whom an improvement in academic ability is especially conductive for smooth re-entry into society with the guidance in school courses suited to his/her academic ability.〔【出典】日本法令外国語訳データベースシステム 〕
（2） A person who makes such reproduction in a school textbook pursuant to the preceding paragraph shall notify the author thereof and pay to the copyright holder compensation, the amount of which will be fixed each year by the Commissioner of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, taking into account the spirit of the provisions of the preceding paragraph, the type and the usage of the work, the ordinary royalty rate, and other factors.〔【出典】日本法令外国語訳データベースシステム 〕
The 2008 primary and junior high school curriculum guidelines stipulated a 3 to 6% increase in class time for all subjects, a 15% increase in time spent on science and the revival of Saturday classes, all to start from the beginning of the 2011 school year."NIPO-224", "2463358"
（4） The provisions of the preceding three paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis with respect to the reproduction of works in textbooks intended for correspondence courses of senior high schools （including the senior grade course at schools for secondary education） and in teachers' manuals for school textbooks set forth in paragraph （1） （such teachers' manuals shall be limited to those published by the same publisher of the related school textbooks）.〔【出典】日本法令外国語訳データベースシステム 〕
fail （in） __ subjects
take __ subjects
During the elementary education period, one teacher generally teaches all the subjects in each class."NIPO-174", "2288512"
But despite Yori's confusion over such matters, when he got his first report card he had the highest possible score in every academic subject （and he did this without sacrificing his individuality one bit）.〔【出典】『バイリンガル・子育て法』（スティーブン・ベリエ著）◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"YA09-176", "2270596"
And many continue instruction in Japanese, kanji, etc., throughout their programs.〔【出典】『バイリンガル・子育て法』（スティーブン・ベリエ著）◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"YA09-088", "2248921"
For that purpose, a thorough curriculum focused on teaching about Japan that includes Japanese history, culture, religion and other subjects has been prepared and will be taught entirely in English.〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 2007年1月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT243025", "2299947"
Some of these schools acknowledge their place in Japan by providing instruction in subjects related to Japan.〔【出典】『バイリンガル・子育て法』（スティーブン・ベリエ著）◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"YA09-088", "2453003"