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'Left-behind kids' and stay-at-home teachers

By He Na and Sun Li | China Daily | Updated: 2013-09-05 07:43

As we ate noodles at a snack bar in Xiamei village one late-July morning, we could hear the voices of children reading aloud coming from a nearby room.

With the owner's permission, we walked along a narrow corridor and came upon a 15-square-meter classroom.

Eight students were in attendance and a middle-aged woman was writing mathematical equations on a small board that hung on the wall.

'Left-behind kids' and stay-at-home teachers

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