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US$6.5 Bln for Students from Poor Families
Volunteer Brings Music and Light to Remote Village School
Hebei: On-line Job System Help Rural Jobseekers
Gates Offers US$3 Software for Students
China Spends More on Rural Education
Elementary School near Nu River
China Exempts All Rural Children from Compulsory Education Fees
Farmers Lack Access to Books
Central Government Sends Inspectors to Root Out Unreasonable School Fees
China Strives for Free Compulsory Education for All
Guangdong to Invest Heavily in Vocational Education in Next Five Years
200,000 Bookstores to Be Set up for Farmers by 2010
15,000 Children Facing Uncertain Future As Schools Close
Project to Help Rural Kids Go Back to School
China to Allow Foreign Investment in Vocational Training
US$99m in State Grants for Poor Students
Project Hope Helps 2.9 Mln Children Return to School
Air Force Helps Poor Female Students Return to School
China Promises to Ensure College Entrance for Poor Freshmen
China, US Cooperate to Train Rural Teachers
Poor Students Better Motivated But More Stressed
China Offers 19 Bln Yuan in Interest-free Loans to College Students
Number of Elementary Schools Shrinks in China as Population Ages
Charity Nets Support for Poor College Students
Deaf Teachers Begin to Receive Professional Training in China
Poverty Leaves College Students Laden with Psychological Problems
China Adopts Amendment to Compulsory Education Law
China Spends 9 Bln Yuan on Rural Boarding Schools
Project to Benefit Poor Students
Premier Calls on Whole Society to Help Disabled Children
Leaders Join Children's Day Celebrations
Remembering Children 'Orphaned' by Development
Britain-funded Education Project Helps Poor Students in NW China
'Acting Mothers' Bringing up Orphans
Fees Waived for Rural Students
The Art of War by Sunzi Becomes Required Course for Chinese Cadets
Law to Ensure Education for Kids of Migrant Workers
Books Open a New Chapter for Poor Kids
Citigroup Announces US$107,800 Donation for English Teaching Competition
Government Funds US$900 Mln for Rural Students' Tuition
Rural Students Benefit from the World of Computers
NGOs Help Disadvantaged Girls
Assistance to Help Poor Students
Random School Charges in Spotlight
Citigroup Donates Nearly US$4 Mln to Poor Education
Free Tuition for Urban Migrants' Kids Urged
More College Students Under Poverty, Employment Pressure
New Education Policy Called to Benefit Kids of Migrant Workers
Crusade for Better Rural Education
City Teachers Will Work in Rural Schools
Chinese Students Face Too Much Educational Expenses
China to Blacklist Students Defaulting on Loan Payment
3,600 Middle, Elementary School Teachers to Be Trained
China to Popularize Nine-year Compulsory Education
Literacy Classes Change Farmers' Fate
Charity Helps Students Realize Campus Dream
Arbitrary Fees Total US$2.82 Mln
Free Textbooks Provided to Needy Students
Rural School Teachers to Enjoy Better Conditions
Starbucks Donates US$1.5 Mln to Boost Rural Education
Special Gov't Fund for Minority Education
Education Key to Reducing Crime by Migrant Teenagers: Survey
More Farmers Get Government Financial Support in Yangtze River Delta
Rural Students in Hubei to Enjoy Free Education
Migrants' Children Receive Spring Festival Gifts
Affordable Education Top Priority
National Postgraduate Exam Attracts Record 1.27 Mln Examinees
Extending Compulsory Education to 12 Years Called
TV, Friends, Web, Sources of Sex Knowledge
Law to Be Amended to Help Compulsory Education in Rural Areas
Billions Imput to Promote Rural Education
Beijing to Offer Free Nine-year Compulsory Education
China to Publish Books About College Students' Experiences
Rural Teacher Salaries to Be Centralized
'One College Student for Each Village' Project in Dilemma
China to Provide Job Training to 40 Million Rural Laborers
Pupils in Shaanxi Get A Donation from CCF
More Needy College Students Benefit from KFC Foundation
Sports Lottery Funds Poorest College Students
China Spends Hugely to Promote Compulsory Schooling in Ethnic Minority Areas

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Developing modern agriculture is the Chinese government's top priority in building a new socialist countryside, according to a document jointly released by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council.
Eighteen children pose for a picture at a village in Ziyun Miao and Buyi Autonomous County in Guizhou Province, January 22. Among them, twelve children's parents left the village to work in big cities in coastal areas.
Chinese farmers saw their net incomes grow to 3,587 yuan ($460) last year, representing the third consecutive year of 6 percent year-on-year growth.
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