Weekly snapshot of Chinese education news

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BEIJING, Jan. 4 (Xinhua) -- The following are the highlights of China's key education news from the past week:

-- Education ministry requires strengthened administrative law enforcement

China's Ministry of Education has unveiled a guideline to strengthen administrative law enforcement to deal with illegal enrollment and charges, and cheating in national exams in schools.

The guideline demands educational authorities above the county level to target illegal issuance of academic certificates and misuse of education funds, among other violations.

-- Guangdong to send teachers to support Xinjiang, Tibet

South China's Guangdong Province will send 390 teachers to the northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and the southwestern Tibet Autonomous Region to support their education sectors.

The teachers will begin working in local middle and primary schools in spring and stay there for one and a half years.

The efforts are part of the government program to meet the demand for qualified teachers in the regions.

-- Sino-French aviation university project breaks ground in east China

A Sino-French aviation university project has broken ground in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province.

The university in Yuhang District, which is yet to get regulatory approval, is the result of cooperation and exchanges between Chinese and French higher education institutions.

In January 2018, Beihang University and the French Civil Aviation University signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly build the Sino-French Aviation University in Hangzhou. Enditem

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