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Foreign media pay attention to the first day of Chinese students: Strictly prevent and control the epidemic and implement “double reduction” measures

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Original title: Foreign media pay attention to Chinese students on the first day of school: Strictly prevent and control the epidemic and implement “double reduction” measures Source: Reference News Network

Reference News Network reported on September 2 According to a report from EFE in Beijing on September 1, as the summer of China’s fight against the new crown epidemic in some areas is about to pass, more than 100 million Chinese students have ended their summer vacation and returned to school.

According to the report, kindergartens, primary and secondary schools in most parts of China opened smoothly on September 1, and a series of epidemic prevention measures were also taken. For example, students were required to provide travel and residence history within 14 days before the start of school. This measure is also applicable to teachers and schools. Other staff.

According to reports, those who have left the country during the summer vacation, have been to high-risk areas, or have other abnormal conditions, must hold a certificate of negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours when entering school.

According to a report from Latin America News Agency Beijing on September 1, at the beginning of the new school year, the Chinese government took a number of measures to reform the education system to reduce the burden of learning, while adopting strict prevention and control mechanisms to avoid the outbreak of the new crown epidemic.

The report pointed out that all walks of life in China have been arguing over the heavy psychological pressure that overload education may bring to children. Faced with this situation, the Chinese government decided to take measures aimed at fundamentally reforming the education system.

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According to the report, starting this year, there will be no paper-based exams for the first and second graders in China. Regardless of primary and secondary schools, the Ministry of Education has ordered the content of the examination to be simplified, adjusted according to the basic knowledge of each grade, and to reduce the number of questions that need to be answered by memory. The test results should be notified to parents and students in appropriate ways, and test results should not be used to determine which classroom a student sits in. China has required primary and secondary schools to reduce daily homework and prioritize physical activities. Recently, China has also rectified off-campus training institutions.

Analysts and the media welcomed the implementation of these measures.


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