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The number of foreigners who were enrolled in Japanese high schools for at least three months in fiscal 2011 fell 30 percent from fiscal 2008 to 1,283, according to the education ministry.

The ministry said Wednesday that the drop may have been caused by two factors: the March 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disasters and the strong yen.

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