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China passes law to ease pressure of homework on children


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The Chinese government approved a law on school students, as part of a series of measures taken by the authorities to reform the education system.

The law aims to reduce pressure on children from homework and after-school tutoring. Quoting a law passed by China’s legislature, it would require local authorities to “strengthen their supervision in order to ease the burden on students regarding homework and extra-curricular lessons.”

The government has imposed several rules in recent months aimed at combating activities it considers harmful to the development of Chinese youth.

Read also: Proposed bill in China would punish parents for their children’s misbehavior

It banned minors from playing online games for more than three hours a week in an attempt to tackle addiction. It also launched a crackdown on private tutoring companies, ordering them to go to non-profit institutions.

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