In present day China, the unequal distribution of educational resources gains increasing social attention. Urban schools, suburban schools and rural schools possess distinct teaching facilities and teaching resources. Although the government’s Acts regarding subsidizing impoverished area are promoting the education quality of those area, rural areas in China rely more on the Aid Education charity organizations. We hypothesized that the difference in teaching facilities and environment are the key factors results in the gap between these groups, which turned out to be proven wrong. After sending out questionnaires, on site visits and other research regarding this topic, it is shown that these differences are strongly related with the family education and students’ limited understanding of the world.
Your $10---3 meals for 1 child
Your $20---apples for 1 school
Your $50---meat for 1 school
Your $100---1-school year tuition for 1 child
Your $250---1-year expenditure for 1 child
Your $500---a total change for a school, including restroom, classroom, and playground
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