OSAKA — The Osaka Municipal Board of Education has compiled a report on some 100 city elementary and junior high school teachers it says are providing inadequate educations to their students because they are incompetent, officials said.

School principals had sought the board’s advice on dealing with the 100 teachers, who were deemed the most “problematic” of the 8,400 teachers at city elementary and junior high schools, the officials said.

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