There are many materials providing information on the administrative structure for education during the wartimes under Japanese occupation as well as the “Japanization” or cultural assimilation policy implemented by the Japanese government. Such materials include data books and reports compiled based on local education surveys as well as educational guidelines and manuals. There are various documents and reports containing information obtained by the Japanese to truly colonize Korea including manpower and labor status, population, economy, and local projects.

  • (Korean education)A statistical resume of Private school
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  • Statistics of school
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  • Education law and an established rule of Joseon
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  • Educational administration of Joseon
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  • A Booklet of social enlightenment in Joseon
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