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An increasing number of schools in Japan are using tablet computers to bring the classroom virtually to students who cannot attend lessons in person for reasons such as long-term illness or unwillingness to come to school.

Experts say remote lessons could act as an impetus to get such students used to eventually learning among their peers again in the classroom.

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