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An advisory panel urged the government on Thursday to consider introducing classes with fewer students at junior high schools after the coronavirus crisis is contained.

The Council for the Implementation of Education Rebuilding called on the government to examine the effect of reducing the maximum number of students per class at public elementary schools in stages from 40 to 35.

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