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Q: What is the percentage of highschool dropouts in China?


Does anybody know the percentage of highschool kids that drop out, and if the percentage has increased or decreased in recent years? Also, what can a highschool dropout in China do if they drop out, is it more serious than in the States since education is stricter here?

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A 2009 survey found that 50.4 percent of high school students suffered from school weariness in China, which education experts blamed on existing education methods, notably the cramming method of teaching and the intense focus on exam scores.

According to IPS, the ‘gaokao’, or the gruelling entrance exam is the main reson for the high drop out rates. This focus on exam-based education is the biggest contributor to China’s dropout rate, education experts say. According to a report published in May of 2010, the dropout rate in some rural areas was as high as 40 percent (although official Ministry of Education estimates are 5 percent in urban areas and 11 percent in rural areas).

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