Keyword: Education

Error-ridden migrant children schools

Caixin publishes a portfoglio about the destruction of migrant children schools across the country.

3 Tips for managing a family foundation

The piece is a contribution by the Chen Yixin Family Foundation, and concerns the question of how best to maintain the legacy and ethics of family foundations as they are passed down from generation to generation.

Mother of hukou-less child sues Foshan for linking family planning certificate to eligibility for hukou

A mother of a hukou-less child is suing her local public security bureau for refusing her second child’s hukou application.

College tuition fees set to rise for the first time in 14 years

Annual tuition fees in many provinces are set to rise from 3000 to 4000 RMB and above, with the highest recorded being Zhejiang’s Engineering and Medicine undergraduate fees, which are set to rise from 3600 to 6670 RMB, an increase of 85.28%, and will affect new students matriculating after 2013.

Ministry of education “six red lines” should become “teachers’ moral bottom line”

The Ministry of education has recently issued new regulations, known as the “six red lines” (六条红线), which strictly prohibit teachers from activities such as accepting gifts, money etc. These regulations have been issued in order to combat the growing moral degradation in many Chinese schools today.

Migrant college entrance examination candidates’ fates hinge on parents’ social security contribution status

In the wake of the state college entrance examinations, Du Na (not her real name) is in despair despite having received an aggregate score of 598, 70 points higher than the entry cut-off scores of the top-tier colleges.

Philanthropy Times – Metropolitan Philanthropy Should Focus on Community

Chen Shuhui, Project Hope Donations Director and Beijing Youth Development Fund Secretary-General, discusses the culture of philanthropy in Beijing

Tongxin Experimental and New Citizen’s Jinghua: Beijing’s Migrant Schools Meet Different Fates

Tongxin Experimental and New Citizen’s Jinghua: Beijing’s Migrant Schools Meet Different Fates

The author, who goes by the pseudonym, Zhong Shiwu, discusses how one migrant school was able to survive a rash of school closings in Beijing by going public rather than engage in behind-the-scenes negotiations

View from the Media: College Entrance Exam Woes for Migrant Children

View from the Media: College Entrance Exam Woes for Migrant Children

In this article Amanda Brown-Inz examines the issues around the children of migrant workers taking the college entrance exams.

What Should China's NPOs Do to Promote Rural Education?

What Should China’s NPOs Do to Promote Rural Education?

n this summary of a longer published article, Professor Zhou goes beyond the truism that NPOs have a role to play in filling gaps in government services, by offering specific insights and recommendations on what those gaps are in the area of rural compulsory education, and how Chinese NPOs can better fill those gaps.

Taking the Legal Road for Protecting Public Interest Assets

Over the summer, the Magezhuang Campus of the Chaoyang District New Citizens School (新公民学校), a school dedicated to the education of the children of migrant workers, was ordered to temporarily cease its operations.

The Role of NGOs in an Uncertain Policy Environment for Migrant Schools

The Role of NGOs in an Uncertain Policy Environment for Migrant Schools

CDB Staff Writer Li Simin examines Beijing’s uncertain policy environment for private migrant schools, and the role that NGOs continue to play in providing services to migrant children and families in these difficult times.

Have NGOs Been Overshadowed by Microblogging?

Have NGOs Been Overshadowed by Microblogging?

CDB Editor, Liu Haiying takes a critical look at the impact of microblogging and “micro-charity”, which made headlines in 2011, on the civil society sector

NGO Participation in Disaster Relief : Profiles of Reconstruction After the Sichuan Earthquake

NGO Participation in Disaster Relief : Profiles of Reconstruction After the Sichuan Earthquake

This is our last in a series of articles on NGO responses to disasters that we are making available in commemoration of the May 12, 2008 Wenchuan earthquake in Sichuan.  This article highlights the ongoing work of 10 NGO projects in the long-term reconstruction work in the earthquake-stricken areas of Sichuan.

Gingko Partner Interview: Sun Heng

Gingko Partner Interview: Sun Heng

This article profiles Sun Heng, founder of Migrant Worker’s Home, an organization which incorporates a business model for earning income to sustain and expand its operations in pursuit of its mission to create a community for migrant workers

A Roundtable Discussion on Rural Library Projects

A Roundtable Discussion on Rural Library Projects

Rural library projects are a standard undertaking in the education sector. Some of these projects began operating long ago, while new organizations have entered the scene. In the span of just a few short years these projects have undergone some important changes

Action Changes Our Future - the Story of a Grassroots NGO

Action Changes Our Future – the Story of a Grassroots NGO

China’s NGO sector is being transformed by China’s younger generation whose interest and participation in this sector has grown rapidly over the last few years…..