Tokyo board of education plans stay emergency drill at special support schools

 June 27, 2014

The Tokyo Board of Education announced on June 26 that they will try the stay emergency drill overnight at two metropolitan special support schools, including the Central School for the Deaf High School, between July and September.

This drill aims at raising the awareness of disaster prevention of the children and students with a disability, and checking the support organization of the school staffs who turn to security in preparation for the earthquake beneath the metropolitan area, etc.

Board of Education officials are saying, "A similar drill will be carried out to a total of 56 special support schools in Tokyo in the future based on a trial result."


Japanese source:
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/region/news/140627/tky14062702000003-n1.htm

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