Schools to conduct emergency drills

Schools to conduct emergency drillsSchools will be conducting emergency drills on a regular basis in hopes to improve their campus safety and create safety awareness on its students. Training in emergency skills can become mandatory in schools, since the government have already spent 3 billion yuan on school safety this year.

Kindergarten will be regulated and the government will focus on them for the next five years, the government will be providing more financial support and investment to assist the development of private kindergartens. According to the government plans kindergartens accounts for 5 percent of the total education investment the government is releasing in a year which amount to 800 million to a billion yuan. The amount can help improve the quality of the kindergartens and reduce their tuition fees. Education bureau will be working with the city commission to develop and reform tuition fees and regulate charges preventing kindergartens from overcharging.

As of now there are 820,000 students studying in the city’s primary and junior middle schools, 570,000 of them are non hukou holders. Government policy states that students with Guangdong hukou can take the NCEE in Shenzhen, but students that are holding hukou from other parts of China will have to go home and take the NCEE in their hukou registered city to take their exams. NCEE systems in provinces have different examination papers and ratings from the universities.

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