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China’s Ministry of Education has banned using teaching materials from outside the country at its primary and middle schools.
This includes grades one to nine. Foreign teaching materials are also banned in high schools – grades 10 to 12 – except for schools with exchange programs or partnerships with foreign schools. However, in these cases, foreign content is allowed only if “domestic teaching materials really cannot satisfy educational needs,” a ministry spokesman said. Schools are also encouraged to use versions translated by Chinese publishers.
The new rules were published in early January. They say that teaching materials must promote Marxism and “reflect the will” of the Communist Party and the country. All texts must be checked by experts in Marxism, traditional Chinese culture and revolutionary values.DMM
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