Poorer Chinese students reconsider high school, college options

06/28/2010 | McClatchy Washington Bureau

In the past, students from low-income Chinese families often had no option but to forgo high school and work or attend trade school instead. In recent years, the government and some private groups have tried to help poorer students continue on to high school and then university. But as the number of college graduates has begun to mushroom, some students say trade school could be a better option.

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