Schools in the countryside are for the future of Japan | Tomoya Suzuki | TEDxKids@Chiyoda

Sabumi elementary school at Tsuwano city, Shimane prefecture that he was studying at has a deep learning school method, which is letting teacher help pupils one by one, and there are some traditional events and nature activities unlike elementary schools in the urban area. So he was living in a bit different and abundant school life. He decided to start the cloud funding called “readyfor?” to gather expenses of renovation fees with the amount of two houses’ cost in order to help his elementary school to face the crisis of being a closed school.

12 years-old activist of local area revitalisation

Because Tsuwano town board of education set a long range plan, his graduated elementary school’s reorganization issue has become worse.
If the elementary school pupils were not counted around 16 in April 2015, the school would be closed. He has thought “What can I do for the school…”. At the moment, He has met a company called FoundingBase which is to produce local area vitalization projects at Tsuwano town. The positive and constructive company’s people including the CEO encourage him to solve the problem. He has decided to start the cloud funding called “readyfor?” to gather expenses of renovation fees with the amount of two houses’ cost.

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[Credit]
Shooting: Motoyoshi Hirata
Sound: Ryosuke Takasaki, Takahiro Kitamura
Intro Animation: Takeshi Kawano
Logo Animation: Seiji Morishita
Editing: Tommy Yasuharu
Description: Ryohei Hara

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