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Education


14-year-old Fudan student swats up on making bed

FUDAN University yesterday admitted its youngest student for the academic year, 14-year-old Xiao Yuhe. Beijing native Yuhe will be joined by two other students who are just months older at the renowned ...

August 31, 2015, Monday


Schools ‘must do better’ to realize digital dreams

THE target year for replacing all traditional textbooks in Shanghai schools with digital versions has been extended beyond 2015. It seems the transition hasn’t been quite as easy as ABC. In 2010, education ...

August 31, 2015, Monday


Questions asked about primary school tests

A NEW qualitative assessment system for primary school pupils is to be rolled out across the city following the completion of trials involving first and second-graders, authorities said yesterday. The ...

August 25, 2015, Tuesday


Sex education books going online

SEX education textbooks used in Yangpu District will go online next month to expand their use throughout the city, the Shanghai Education Publishing House said yesterday. The books titled “Boys and Girls” ...

August 12, 2015, Wednesday


Look what I did this summer

High school students from Shanghai, Beijing and Hong’an in Hubei Province discuss urban transport yesterday at a science summer camp at the China Welfare Institute Children’s Palace in Shanghai. A total of 30 students attended the camp, whose itinerary also included visits to the city’s Natural History Museum and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. — Xinhua...

July 18, 2015, Saturday


‘Insurance’ for students who fail

TAKING cue from the city’s efforts in promoting innovation and business startups, a group of students have hit upon the idea of an “insurance product” for students failing in the exams. The students — ...

July 15, 2015, Wednesday


Students say no to own business

FEWER than one in 10 of Shanghai’s students plan to set up their own business after graduating from university, according to a study released yesterday. In the poll by the Shanghai Statistics Bureau, ...

June 19, 2015, Friday


Heavy rains predicted on second day of exams

THE second day of the annual national college entrance exams, or “Gaokao,” is likely to be stormy with weather forecasters predicting a deluge with a rain belt moving northwards. Students appearing for ...

June 8, 2015, Monday


Green channel for students

SHANGHAI Metro has set up green channels in stations for students appearing for the national college entrance examination this week, the Shanghai Metro said yesterday. Students can quickly pass the green ...

June 8, 2015, Monday


9.42m sit for entrance exams

A total of 9.42 million Chinese high school students started taking “Gaokao,” or the annual national college admission exam, yesterday. The number marks a tiny increase from that in 2014, which stood ...

June 8, 2015, Monday




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