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Survey: SW migrants worse at parenting

By Zhao Xinying | China Daily | Updated: 2016-06-30 08:08

Migrant workers from Southwest China who leave their children at home perform worse at parenting then compared with their peers in East China, a survey found.

"The frequency of migrant parents seeing and contacting their children in different regions varies," said Li Yifei, senior researcher at the Scientific Communication and Education Research Center at Beijing Normal University, who led the survey.

The survey was conducted by On the Way to School, an NGO.

Survey: SW migrants worse at parenting

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