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RE: Contrast: Poorest & richest schools in China
whampoa Post time: 2012-1-2 15:28
They say a picture paints a thousand words. Looking at the comparison of the schools in cities an ...
Rural teachers get support from local woman
Wu Jinxiu, left, talks with a volunteer teacher in Shangchao village, East China's Jiangxi province, Dec 15, 2011. Wu, who is in her 70s, has been taking care of volunteer teachers for more than 30 years. Due to the poor living conditions in the village, many teachers are not willing to stay long-term.
To keep the teachers around for local students, Wu began taking care of them by cooking meals, washing clothes, making medicines for the sick and inviting them to live in her house. [Photo/Xinhua]
Has anyone given a thought why this poor woman has taken over the duties or responsibilities that, rightfully, should be the Government's?
And China as a developing country has the HIGHEST RATE OF LITERACY as compared to many developing countries, deserves our congratulations.
In many of the developing countries you have listed, they do not have 3.2 trillions $ in FR like what China has. Would it be too much for the Chinese government to build some decent schools with hostels for the students and living quaters for the teachers where necessary? I don't think so.
Quotable quotes from Hu Jintao's speech on CPC's 90th founding anniversary
15:33, July 01, 2011
The path of socialism with Chinese characteristics is the only way for China
to achieve socialist modernization and create decent lives for its people.