Nurturing individuals - citizens, civil servants, and businesspeople - capable of contributing to the creation of a government that will improve the quality of life on a national and regional level. We collectively examine policies regarding culture, the environment, transport, information, and more. We also consider the relationship between social activity, politics, and the economy on a national and regional level.
Through cooperation with the local government and the citizens in its jurisdiction, our students have the opportunity to work on real policy proposals. Additionally, through participating in community-building events and volunteer work, they interact and communicate with local citizens, helping them think of sustainable solutions to the community’s problems.
In order to learn how to solve regional issues practically, we cultivate our student’s policy creating power through student centered problem solving activities including group work, presentations, and debates. In turn, our students get to actually utilize their policy creating power through various local projects.
Students learn about regional revitalization through conducting fieldwork, recording the interesting things they find locally, and then sharing it.