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Call issued to control student dropout rates
    2017-September-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE General Office of the State Council has issued a circular requiring efforts to control the dropout rate of students to ensure the implementation of compulsory education.

The circular, made public at a Tuesday press conference, said such work is needed to ensure proper education for school-age children and make sure that by 2020, the percentage of students who drop out of school during the nine-year compulsory education period is reduced to less than 5 percent.

The circular said that different measures should be taken to limit the dropout rate to address the various reasons students quit school.

The quality of rural education should be improved to make schools more attractive to students, so that they will not leave school because of difficulties or weariness in study, according to the document. 

Also, poverty relief work should be enhanced to prevent students from dropping out of school for financial reasons, it said, stressing preferential policies to support students from impoverished families, students with disabilities or those with disabled parents.

Moreover, the document called for improved educational investment, planning of school construction and development of boarding schools to solve the transportation problems of rural students.

It also required the promotion of information technology to make more high-quality educational resources accessible to rural schools. 

(Xinhua)

 

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