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The head of the Korean School Principals Association is demanding that the education ministry retract its notice that local governments be cautious about providing subsidies to schools that serve the Korean community.

“We strongly condemn and protest with anger such a discriminatory act by the education ministry against students in Korean schools,” Shin Gil-ung, who is also the principal of Tokyo Korean High School, said Tuesday at a news conference in Tokyo at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan.

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