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(From China Daily)
The government is ploughing billions of yuan into rural education over the next four years in a bid to level the educational playing field.
Internet-based teaching and learning networks will boost the minimal resources currently available in China's countryside, where the use of computers is still rare.
Half of the money will be used to build new schools and bring old accommodation more up to date in remote and poor central and western regions. The Ministry of Education made the pledge yesterday at a news conference in Beijing.
"The nine-year compulsory education law is basically being adhered to all over the country, …