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China: Gansu Takes Measures to Ensure Tibetan Children's Access to Education

China/Noviembre de 2016/Fuente: Women of China

RESUMEN: Maestro Zhangla Maodongzhi instruye a un alumno en la escuela de Daiqian en el municipio de Zhuaxixiulong del condado tibetano autónomo de Tianzhu, provincia del noroeste de China Gansu, el 24 de noviembre de 2016. Para aumentar la tasa de matrícula de las escuelas, especialmente garantizar el acceso de los niños tibetanos a la educación, han concentrado los esfuerzos en la formación de profesores y en la atracción de facultades más competentes, así como en la mejora de las condiciones de las instalaciones docentes.

Teacher Zhangla Maodongzhi instructs a pupil at Daiqian school in Zhuaxixiulong Township of Tianzhu Tibetan Autonomous County, northwest China's Gansu Province, November 24, 2016. To increase the enrollment rate of schools, especially ensure Tibetan children's access to education, about 62 schools of the county have concentrated the efforts in training teachers and attracting more competent faculties as well as improving conditions for teaching facilities.

Pupils read books in their dormitory at Daiqian school in Zhuaxixiulong Township of Tianzhu Tibetan Autonomous County, northwest China's Gansu Province, November 24, 2016. To increase the enrollment rate of schools, especially ensure Tibetan children's access to education, about 62 schools of the county have concentrated the efforts in training teachers and attracting more competent faculties as well as improving conditions for teaching facilities.

Pupils practice calligraphy fo the Tibetan language at Daiqian school in Zhuaxixiulong Township of Tianzhu Tibetan Autonomous County, northwest China's Gansu Province, November 24, 2016. To increase the enrollment rate of schools, especially ensure Tibetan children's access to education, about 62 schools of the county have concentrated the efforts in training teachers and attracting more competent faculties as well as improving conditions for teaching facilities.

Fuente: http://www.womenofchina.cn/womenofchina/html1/features/education/1611/5749-1.htm

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