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KSTN regional ecosystems

Kyosou Sankaku Tanken Net (KSTN) consists of a network of five regional ecosystems. A regional ecosystem is a learning ecosystem that is organically comprised of multiple stakeholders and their partners involved in transforming education. It suggests that learners learn only from teachers and classmates directly, but also indirectly from many people in society, including parents, local residents, businesses, and governments.


Fukushima Regional Ecosystem

Future Lab is a regional ecosystem located in Fukushima, but we are also a hub of innovative schools from around the world.

We are currently building a system that allows us to connect across countries, regions, and generations.

Today, we face many challenges such as epidemics, natural disasters, and conflicts.

We believe that the challenges we face now can be solved by bringing together the wisdom of the world.

Our goal is to create a mechanism that allows us to work with people from all over the world so we may solve these issues together.

Niigata Regional Ecosystem

coming soon

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Hokuriku Regional Ecosystem

The Hokuriku regional ecosystem connects students with local communities and businesses in order to ensure that all students can learn and explore, while supporting students realise a society full of well-being through their inquiry-based learning. 

Tokyo regional ecosystem

We aim to (re)design the future of Tokyo so its residents of all ages from children to adults can engage in a dialogue with each other to learn and live in happiness.

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Kumamoto regional ecosystem

Kumamoto EduAction(KEA)

"Kumamoto EduAction" is found upon the key concepts of the OECD E2030. The fundamental principle behind Kumamoto City's Basic Plan for the Promotion of Education is "to nurture people who can think and act independently to create a rich life and a better society."

In order to realise this goal, our regional ecosystem turns awareness into action by designating actions that lead to the realisation of our principle, and actions promoted in the E2030 Learning Compass, as "Kumamoto EduAction." In doing so, we resonate, share, and further promote the realisation of our principle with as many people as possible.

3 Pillars of EduAction

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