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China names and shames teachers violating code of conduct

Xinhua | Updated: 2019-04-05 20:15

BEIJING - Six teachers had their names published on the website of the Ministry of Education for violating code of conduct for the profession.

They were exposed for misconduct such as plagiarism, charging for extra classes after school, and accepting gifts and money from students' parents, according to a press release published earlier this week.

The ministry asked teachers to adhere to the country's educational code of conduct, strictly follow the regulations and maintain integrity.

It also ordered educational authorities across the country to enhance supervision over execution of code of conduct among teachers.

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