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China: equality in education

Xue yong quotes from a recent research to show the inequality in education: “researcher analyszed the examination result of year 2003 student from a high school in Beijing and discovered that lower class family's entrance examin result is higher than upper class. The average marks from high to low are: peasant, unemployment workers, small individual business, workers, white collar, management and technical… the lowest average mark, 571.3, are from management and technical background family, which is 38.8 marks lower than the average mark, 610.1, from rural background family…” (zh)

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