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As the Internet continues to grow, schools are changing the way they teach, and broadcasting companies that offer educational broadcast services are finding it necessary to develop new services. We propose an interactive educational service that exploits the inherent benefits of broadcasting services and a Web-based education system to support the service. This system, which aims to enable primary school students to learn in an active and enjoyable manner, consists of a data retrieval tool using agent technology and a multimedia-report authoring tool that can handle video images from the network. We have confirmed that the combination of these tools provides students with an enjoyable learning experience through short class simulations.