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No purifiers for schools

SHANGHAI school authorities have decided it is not feasible to put air purifiers in classrooms to protect students from the city’s pollution, despite requests from parents. The Shanghai Education Commission ...

January 18, 2017, Wednesday

Hundred more online courses to aid students

A further 100 online courses will be introduced to the city’s free open course program in the first half of this year, Shanghai Education Commission said yesterday. The Massive Online Open Class system, ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

1st recruitment fair in 2017 for graduates held in Shanghai

Students wait for an interview during a recruitment fair in Shanghai, east China, Jan. 14, 2017. The first recruitment fair in 2017 for this year's graduates was held in Shanghai on Saturday, with the participation of about 500 enterprises. ...

January 14, 2017, Saturday

No cheating

The Shanghai Educational Examinations Authority yesterday denied online allegations that content of the English test of spring gaokao, the college entrance exam, had been leaked....

January 11, 2017, Wednesday

Jiao Tong University sets up institute for philanthropy development

SHANGHAI Jiao Tong University yesterday set up an institute for philanthropy development to carry out researches and provide professional guidance for charity organizations after China's first charity ...

December 29, 2016, Thursday

Immunologists from America and Japan awarded in town for fundamental discoveries

TWO immunologists from America and Japan were presented the first Fudan-Zhongzhi Science Awards over the week end and will share a 3 million yuan prize. One of the winners was 68-year-old James P. Allison, ...

December 19, 2016, Monday

It’s fun when dad comes to school

Fathers are invited to join their sons in a gender education class yesterday at Zhabei No.3 Central Primary School to mark the official launch of a textbook called “Little Man.” The textbook, claimed to be the first of its kind in China, is expected to promote “manliness” among boys aged between 10 and 12 and to help to resolve any confusion over the physical and psychological aspects of puberty. It also encourages fathers to participate more in their children’s education. — Dong Jun...

December 8, 2016, Thursday

Fudan and LSE collaborate on college

FUDAN University and the London School of Economics and Political Science are to co-establish a college of global public policy. The two organizations signed a strategic partnership agreement yesterday. ...

December 7, 2016, Wednesday

Working for the kids

Volunteers talk to an autistic child yesterday after the first volunteer group for mentally challenged children in Shanghai was established. The group aims to provide the children with better medical and career development services. Ten schools, hospitals and government organizations in Putuo District signed an agreement on information sharing and service provision at Qixing School, a school for mentally challenged children. Zeng Fanlin, a professor at East China Normal University who became a member of the group, said the group is an answer to the deficiency of professional social support for mentally challenged children. ...

December 6, 2016, Tuesday

UK minister visits schools in town

THE United Kingdom wants to expand its educational cooperation and exchange programs into areas such as the creative arts, from the current popular math teaching program, UK education minister Justine ...

December 6, 2016, Tuesday


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