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Japan mulls making free higher education constitutional right

Economic reasons are forcing more people to forgo school, LDP lawmaker says

Students sit for a college entrance exam in Tokyo.

TOKYO -- Japanese lawmakers on Thursday discussed the possibility of revising the constitution to make higher education free for everyone.

The talks were held by the lower house Commission on the Constitution.

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