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The School System in China



Education is required and free for Chinese citizens age 6 to 15 though parents must pay small fees for books and uniforms. Chinese children all get a primary and middle school public education. Each class averages 35 students. After middle school, parents must pay a modest fee for public high school.

There are a growing number of private schools as well as dozens of international private schools. Chinese public schools are required by law to accept children of legal foreign residents. There are over 70 schools approved by China’s Ministry of Education to provide foreign instruction.


Source: chinese culture
Published: 15 January 2014

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