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Plan for free senior high school education (2009-01-08)
Senior high school education might soon be made free of cost for students in Kashgar, Hotan and Kezilesu Kirgiz prefectures, the three most underdeveloped regions in southern Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, officials said yesterday.

Public opinions sought on 12-year education plan (2009-01-08)
The public began commenting on a 12-year education reform and development plan, said the Ministry of Education (MOE) in Beijing Wednesday.

China to promote graduates' employment (2009-01-07)
The State Council pledged Wednesday to give top priority to the employment of college graduates amid the global financial crisis and the "austere" job situation.

Graduates offered cash incentive to 'Go West' (2009-01-08)
College graduates who take jobs in central or western China will be entitled to a full refund of their tuition fees, the State Council said yesterday.

Students lower salary expectations amid crisis (2009-01-08)
A vast majority of students in higher education have dropped their salary expectations for their first jobs, a survey has found.

China to hire more college grads as rural teachers (2008-12-02)
The Ministry of Education said on Monday it would recruit 30,000 college students as rural teachers next year, a move intended to ease employment pressure in China amid the global financial downturn.

Chinese education attractive to US students (2008-09-18)
More US students will see China as an attractive study destination especially after the country has successfully staged the Olympic and Paralympic Games, a senior US official said in Beijing on Wednesday.

China to initiate nationwide crackdown on illegal education fees (2008-09-13)
China will initiate a nationwide crackdown on illegal education fees from September 20, according to the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), one of the seven government agencies carrying out the plan, on Friday.

China vows to spend more on education for disabled (2008-09-12)
The education of China's disabled children has been in the spotlight recently, as the nation's capital plays host to the world's Paralympians.

China vows to spend more on education (2008-09-12)
The education of China's disabled children has been in the spotlight recently, as the nation's capital plays host to the world's Paralympians.

China sends 800,000 counseling books to child quake survivors (2008-05-21)
The Ministry of Education said that 800,000 counseling books were being sent to quake-affected children starting on Tuesday.

Boost for rural areas (2008-03-28)
The decision now to recruit as many as 100,000 university graduates in five years to work as village heads should be lauded as a move good for both the training of these young people and the construction of the new countryside.

A university for the poor (2008-03-19)
The New Oriental Education Group will build a university for poor students and it will raise as much as 2 billion yuan ($281 million) to start a foundation to subsidize tuition fees.

Reuse of textbooks in schools good scheme (2008-03-07)
The central government will set up a fund for the purchase of these textbooks, which will be issued to students free of charge. Students will be required to keep the books in good order for their reuse by others.

Poor families in China finding hope through education (2008-03-07)
Fate surprised a girl named Han Xueyi, born in a remote village in the southern province of Hainan, who found that she was to get a free education at a town school.

Charitable fund for women, kids (2008-03-04)
Primary school teacher Ye Jiali pities Xiao Lu, an otherwise excellent student who faces the unappealing proposition of dropping out of school because her family cannot afford to pay her tuition fees.

China allocates 1.6b yuan for farmer training (2008-02-27)
China's Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) will allocate 1.6 billion yuan ($223.8 million) for two farmer training programs.

Public schools to extend reach (2008-02-14)
About 70 percent of the children of migrant workers in Shanghai will receive free primary and middle-school education at public schools by 2010, the Shanghai municipal education commission said.

Samsung Hope School students in Beijing (2007-11-26)
Children in the "Samsung Anycall Hope School Science Tour" visited Beijing, as part of the South Korean company's support to Project Hope - a charity that builds and improves primary schools in China's remote rural areas.

No more poverty dropouts in Liaoning (2007-10-12)
A brand-new subsidy policy system will soon be set up by Northeast China's Liaoning Province to help local needy students continue with their studies.

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