The Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s board of education has begun studying plans to introduce a German-style work-study program in certain public high schools, board officials said.

At Monday’s meeting of the Metropolitan Industrial Education Council, the school board asked the council to study how high schools might adopt such long-term programs. The council said it would draw up concrete measures by September, the officials said.

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