135,000 Chinese Return From Foreign Study
China to Give Equal Rights to Private, Public Schools
HK's Early Education Reports Complied
New Changes in College Students' Choice of a Job
More Overseas Chinese Go for Mainland Colleges
Foreign Vocational Schools Eye Chinese Market
Chinese Language Welcomed in Belarus
Chinese and American 'Oil Towns' Cooperate in Education
Chinese Studying Abroad Top the World
Chinese Schools Urged to Publicize Education Charges
'Horse-Back' Schools Take Root in Grasslands
Donations to Help Poor Children Finish Studies
OECD Invited to Help Monitor Education Quality in Shanxi
Beijing, Most Favored Destination for Japanese Study Tours
China Improves Education of Ethnic Minorities
China, Canada Jointly Publish Chinese Language Textbooks
Hong Kong Students Seek Internships in Shanghai
Chinese Students Flock to Thailand Universities
Executives Return to Classroom for Philosophy and Traditional Chinese Culture
Globalization of Higher Education Affects China
Field Survival to Be Popularized Among Chinese Universities
University Boosts Art Education
US ETS Files Charges Against 'New Oriental' over Copyright
OECD Launches Educational Program in China
Adult Education Faces Pressures
Chinese Parents Urged to Talk to Children about Sex
Int'l Education Expo to Be Held in North China Province
First Sex Education VCD for Youngsters Released
'Spring Bud' Program Helps 1.15 Million Girl Dropouts
Chinese Language/Culture Contest Announced
China Sends 49 Senior Officials to Study in Harvard University
Harvard Doctor Earns Highest Salary for Chinese Schoolmasters
Taiwan School Students Win 21 Medals in Cyberfair 2002
Beijing's Education Spending Hits New High
Hope for School Dropouts in Western China
China Initiates National Scholarship
Universities Revel in Centennial Birthday
Central College of Judicial Police Officers Set Up
Project on Chinese Management Case Studies Completed
425 Mln Yuan Earmarked to Improve Tibetan School Buildings
Top University Hires Artists as Professors
Singapore New Mecca for Chinese Students
Chinese Children Receive Sex Education
Study Shows Chinese Youths' Poor in Creative Ability
Harvard Alumni Get Together in Beijing
HK Launches First Moral Education Web
First Batch of Mainland Students to Graduate from CUHK
China Expands Compulsory Education in Rural Areas
Vice-Premier Calls for Good Senior Middle Schools
Educated Mothers Are Strict With Their Children: Survey

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