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The Educational Reform Headquarters determines the fundamental policies and implementation plans of the Educational Reform Project.
In addition, it functions as the command center for project operations and establishes the overall implementation system.
The council provides advice and recommendations throughout implementation of the Tri-Institutional Collaborative/Cooperative Educational Reform Project.
Under the direction of the Educational Reform Headquarters, the Office of Educational Reform Promotion plans and reviews project operations. The office has established 5 subordinate bodies (comprising 4 groups and 1 office) to oversee specific aspects of these operations.
This group is reponsible for the development, review, and implementation of specific educational content and methods in accordance with the fundamental policies of the new curriculum, which is aimed at fostering globally-oriented and innovation-oriented human resources.
This group designs and implements the systems to improve the global educational capabilities of academic faculty members (faculty development, or FD) and the abilities of administrative staff (staff development, or SD).
This group examines opportunities for overseas development (improving overseas liaison offices, holding alumni association meetings, and supporting the further development of overseas institutions of higher education), and also plans and implements overseas internships, long-term overseas studies, and educational activities (such as twinning programs) at the Institute for Global Network Innovation in Technology Education (IGNITE).
This group examines and organizes the industry-academia-government integrated campus and its educational system, and also plans and implements the educational activities at the Gigaku Innovation Promotion Center.
This office conducts examinations and preliminary testing of various curricula for the cooperative educational program, reviews the joint curricula, conducts FD activities, and fosters personnel exchanges to develop KOSEN education.