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Mattia Vacca | Primary Education in rural China

Mattia Vacca, Primary Education in rural China, PRIVATE 56, p. 36-39
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PRIVATE 56, p. 36-37
PRIVATE 56, p. 36-37

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Primary and secondary education in China is always free, however students must pay school expenses, for example textbooks and notebooks. This is a burden for low-income rural families. Some families are even forced to borrow money to allow their children to get an education, otherwise children are forced to interrupt their studies.

The state provides free textbooks to poor children and subsidies to poor students staying in education. In a country showing uneven urban and rural development, it is difficult to provide good educational resources for all.
(Mattia Vacca | Primary Education in rural China, PRIVATE 56, pages 36-39)

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Mattia Vacca was born in Como in 1978, he works and lives in Como and Milan. In 2003 he graduated with a degree in Science of Communication and a specialization in Cinema and Journalism. He started taking pictures in 1998. Since 2006 he covers daily news events in Lombardia for Corriere della Sera. His work has been pubblished on major Italian daily newspapers.

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