Study Tour to Japan
KKC Fellowship Program for North American Social Studies Teachers
Since 1980, more than 700 social studies teachers have taken part in the KKC Study Tour to Japan. The program aims to deepen participants’ understanding of Japan and contribute to international mutual understanding across the Pacific. Their experiences and findings in Japan have significant value to their students, who will build future ties with Japan.
The KKC Study Tour to Japan is full of opportunities to:
-Interact with Japanese students,
-Exchange views with Japanese school teachers,
-Discuss with scholars and experts on Japanese society,
-Meet business leaders, and
-Enjoy traditional and contemporary Japanese culture.
Keizai Koho Center offers the KKC Study Tour to Japan for North American Middle and High School Teachers in cooperation with the National Association of Japan-America Societies (NAJAS).
The 2018 KKC fellows visited Japan from 25th June to 2nd July.
|About the KKC Study Tour to Japan (PDF)|
Voices of Past Participants
Jacqueline Dukes, 1999 KKC Fellow
Patrick Whelan, 2012 KKC Fellow
Mike Raymer, 2009 KKC Fellow
Associate Director, Georgia Council on Economic Education
Jason Dumont, 2015 KKC Fellow