Some 200 sets of internet-based educational software have been donated to southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region to improve information availability at local schools, ranging from kindergartens to high schools.
A policy of fully subsidized education for impoverished students from pre-school to university is to be implemented in Shandong province in eastern China, in order to ease the financial burden of rural families.
Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NUST) has prepared a special gift for 301 students – each student is to receive a special subsidy ranging from 11 yuan (US$1.68) to 340 yuan (US$52.05) on their lunch cards.
The insanely high housing high prices in so-called school districts reflect the unfair allocation of educational resources in China's big cities. Parents' desire to get the best education for their children forces them to buy a house near "good" schools so that they can get them admitted there.
After the nationwide rural ‘school merger’, a lot of primary school students have to climb mountains to go to schools far away from their own townships. Some children dropped out of classes due to long distance. In some areas, the aging of teaching forces has accelerated, coupled with an extreme lack of younger teachers.