Some call for changes to university entrance process in China

01/3/2013 | Reuters

The story of one student has ignited calls for reform of university entrance procedures in China. Now, some cities are moving to change the household registration system, known as hukou, under which high-school students are eligible to take university entrance exams only where they are registered, putting the children of migrant workers at a disadvantage. However, some say that even the proposed reforms do not do enough to help the situation.

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