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China are public ones.Her son attends five after-school tutoring classes, one each in painting, English and piano and two in mathematics, and the family spends around 100,000 yuan ($15,9▓00) a year on such classes."When it comes to education, every family is a 'rich' family," she said.Xi▓e Meng, the mother of a fourth-grade pu▓pil in Beijing, shares the sam

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deputies and members calling for less homework for ▓young students.Wang


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g against red▓ucing the schoolwork burden

Guoqing, spokesman▓ for the first session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, told a news br▓iefing that school students in China spent an average of 2.82 hours doing their hom▓ework each day, about three times th▓e global average."The government will spare no effort to resolve the heavy workloads of primary and secondary school students," Pr

emier Li▓ Keqiang said on March 5, when he delivered the Government Work Report at the first session of the 13th Nati▓onal People's Congress.In line with the education authorities' guidelines, two district education bureaus in Han▓gzhou, Zhejiang province, issued new guidelines for schools that prioritized children's sleeping hours over academic work.According to the guidelines, primary school pupils ▓in the two districts do not have to complete homework ▓assignments if they have not finished by 9 pm, while the cutoff point is 10 pm for those i▓n middle school.One area the authorities have pledged to crack down on is tutorin▓g

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institutions teaching children topics beyond the syllabus and holding competitions on academic m, focs.About 160 after-school trainin▓g institutions signed an agreement at ▓a China Association for Non-Governmental Education conference in Zhengzhou, Henan provinc▓e, this month to avoid teaching beyond the syllabus, exam-oriented tutoring, mock exams and competitions on schoo

l subjects.They also agreed to forbid any connections with teachers in public schools ▓and the use of exaggerated advertisements to lure st▓udents to tutoring classes. Yu Minhong, president of New Oriental Education and Technolog▓y Group, a leading provider of after-school tutoring services, said after-school training▓ institutions are an important supplement to the education system.You Sen, deputy secre▓tary-general of the Chinese Society of▓ Education, said the guidelines are n▓ot aimed at closing all tu

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toring instit▓utions. Instead, they are intended to increase the threshold for the sector and shut down substandard institu▓tions."In the long term, after-school training institutio▓ns should only play a supplementary role in China's


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