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Obscene teacher’s license can not be re-acquired” Parents submit signature September 28 19:43

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While the number of teachers disposed of for indecent acts against children and students has reached a record high, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) submitted a signature to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology on August 28 asking that if a group made up of guardians revokes their teacher’s license due to indecent acts against their children, they will not be able to obtain their licenses again.

According to a survey conducted by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), 282 public school teachers were disciplined for indecent acts or sexual harassment against children, students, co-workers, faculty and staff in fiscal 2018.

Against this situation, a group of parents visited the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology on August 28 and submitted a petition on the Internet asking them not to re-acquire their licenses if their teacher’s license was revoked for indecent acts against children, along with the signatures of more than 54,000 people on the Internet.

According to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, when a teacher is disciplinaryly dismissed, the teacher’s license may be revoked or taken up, but it is possible to re-acquire it after three years.

Ms. Ms. Makiji, co-representative of the organization, said, “The children affected are hurt by not being able to raise their voices or being denied a lie. I want them to guarantee not only the problem of their licenses, but also the opportunity to learn because some children are truant because of sexual violence.”

In response to the submission, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) stated, “There should not be any indecent acts against students by teachers, and we will continue to respond strictly.”

Obscene teacher The case to change the name of the most in the past

According to a survey conducted by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology ( MEXT), the number of teachers in public schools disposed of for indecent or sexual harassment against children, students, colleagues, etc. is on the increase, and in fiscal 2018, the number of teachers in public schools increased by more than 100 from 10 years ago, the highest number since 1952.

If you look at the victims,
25 children from our own school,
99 students from our own school,
There are 14 graduates of our school, and almost half of them are children and graduates of the school where the teachers of the perpetrators work.

Also
43 other people under the age of 18
There are 41 faculty and staff members at our school.

With the spread of SNS, it has also been confirmed that teachers connect with students in a way that is not visible from the outside.

In the past, after receiving a summary order for a fine for violating the Child Prohibition Act, he changed his name and was hired as a lecturer in another prefecture, and in some cases he was convicted of forced obscenity against a child at his elementary school, and preventing recurrence has also become a major issue.

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) considers measures with a view

As indecent acts by teachers become a serious problem, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology is considering measures with a view to revising the law.

One of the current measures is an extension of the period during which information about the expiration of a teacher’s license can be searched.

In the database called “Official Information Search Tool” available to recruiters such as the Board of Education, if your teacher’s license has been revoked by entering your name, you can check the reason, etc.

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) decided to extend the period of search by the system to 40 years from February next year, which is the same period as the period during which licenses can be re-acquired.

This is due to the increase in indecent acts by teachers, but strict control is also required when using it because the subject of the extension includes all disciplinary dismissals and because it is a minor personal information.

In addition, stricter dispositions to teachers who have committed indecent acts are also being promoted.

According to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the board of education of all prefectures and government ordinance cities is expected to establish a provision that “in principle, disciplinary dismissal” will be established by the end of this month for the disposition of teachers who have committed indecent acts that vary depending on the local government.

In addition, we are reviewing the current system that allows expired teacher licenses to be re-acquired in three years.

Although it is necessary to revise the Education Staff License Law, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) continues to consider issues such as the “freedom of choice of occupation” guaranteed by the Constitution and the issues that could lead to denial of rehabilitation.

At a Cabinet meeting on the 15th of this month, the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology said, “Teachers who are in a position to protect and nurture children should never perform obscene acts against students,” and he has shown a positive attitude toward the revision of the law.