A Chinese college student studies for his exams
As university enrollment surges in China, apathy and poor teaching are eating away at advantages seen in primary and secondary schools, research out of Stanford's Rural Education Action Program suggests.
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“We don’t learn many things that can be used directly in work,” said Xing Guangnan, 21, a telecommunications engineering student at Beijing Information Science and Technology University. “To most students, exams are the only things driving us to study.”