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For China’s migrant children struggling to get into schools, policies may have changed but attitudes haven’t

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Date: 22 Nov 2018 | by: Manos Antoninis | Story Source: South China Morning Post ~ Go to Original Article

Internal migration in China for work and better opportunities is commonly described as the biggest in human history. Unsurprisingly, this has had a significant effect on education.

Policies have shifted over time to reflect the changes on the ground, allowing all migrant children access to schools, but mindsets take longer to shift. What we learn from China is that discrimination in education cannot be eradicated overnight…


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