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|BEIJING Nike Air Max 98 Pas Cher , Sept. 4 (Xinhua) -- Plans hinting at a complete overhaul of China's exam and enrollment system for high schools and colleges by 2020 were outlined in a circular released by the State Council on Thursday.
The reforms will be aimed at easing pressure, promoting fairness and increasing supervision, Vice Education Minister Du Yubo said during a news conference at the State Council Information Office.
One measure will see portions of the college entrance exam taken throughout high school years, rather than upon graduation, creating a more staggered approach.
Pilot programs will begin this year and the reform efforts will be expanded nationwide three years later, according to the circular.
They hope to connect all levels and types of education, said Du
The current system has made great contributions to the selection of talent and social fairness since the nation began reform and opening-up drive in late 1978.
However www.airmax98gundam.fr , it also drew complaints due to its overemphasis on scores, which has affected the all-around growth of the students. It also placed unhealthy emphasis on the role of the gaokao, the Chinese name given to the national college entrance exam, in the students' life.
Scandals in enrollment and extra gaokao scores were also factors leading to the overhaul, the document said.
To solve the problems, the reform will provide overall design that covers exam and enrollment of schools and institutions of higher education, the circular said.
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And guidelines for standardizing the comprehensive evaluation of high school students will also be released this year to provide full record of the students' performance in the schools, the circular said.
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Discussion of a new law to specifically regulate overseas NGOs began in October last year. Legislative work began in December last year when the State Council submitted the draft law to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature, for deliberation. Fu Ying Nike Air Max 98 Gundam Pas Cher , a spokeswoman for the NPC, said at a press conference that the NPC Standing Committee deliberated the draft law during the two sessions. The draft law, if passed, would lead to overseas NGOs being managed in a quite different way from mainland NGOs.
Zhang Zhiru, founder of the Shenzhen Chunfeng Labor Dispute Service Center, recently laid off all of his five employees due to a shortage of funding.
From the start of this year, his organization decided to stop receiving funds from the US-based International Labor Rights Forum(ILRF).
As a grass-roots organization which has no other stable source of income Homme Nike Air Max 360 Tout Noir Pas Cher , that decision was hard to make. Chunfeng started receiving funding from the ILRF in 2007, and used to get 300,000-400,000 yuan ($48,090-64,200) every year to provide legal and organizational support to factory workers in their disputes with employers in the prosperous Pearl River Delta.
Zhang said he started to consider refusing overseas funds last August, when local police in Shenzhen started investigating Chunfeng. "They said that since Chunfeng receives overseas funding Homme Nike Air Max 270 Hot Punch Noir Pas Cher , our objectives are suspicious," Zhang told the Global Times. To avoid trouble, he decided to stop receiving funds from overseas altogether, including from the China Labour Bulletin, an NGO based in Hong Kong.
With no alternative sources of funding to cover the loss, Zhang was forced to move the NGO out of the rented office it had occupied and asked the five employees to leave.
A source of concern
Zhang's experience highlights the dilemma facing a lot of grass-roots organizations in China that receive funding from overseas, at a time when the Chinese government is trying to tighten its management of overseas NGOs operating in Chinese mainland.
Incomplete statistics show that more than 1 Homme Nike Air Max 96 XX Triple Black Noir Pas Cher ,000 overseas non-governmental organizations are currently operating in the Chinese mainland, conducting up to 6,000 programs and cooperating with local Chinese organizations and activists, according the People's Congress of China, the official magazine of the National People's Congress(NPC).
They provide hundreds of millions of dollars every year to programs related to poverty alleviation, assisting disabled people, environmental protection Homme Nike Air Max 93 OG Dusty Cactus Blanche Noir Pas Cher , healthcare and education.
Overseas NGOs bring in international funds and sophisticated technologies, however, at the same time, concerns have been growing that some overseas NGOs may attempt to influence China's politics through exerting pressure in areas such as human rights.
Wang Cunkui, a professor with the People's Public Security University of China, who has researched the history and activities of overseas NGOs in China, has openly criticized some overseas NGOs for ideological permeation using cultural exchanges and education initiatives to foster "Western agents" and political opposition in China and for fanning up discontent towards the authorities in the name of protecting human rights.
In June last year Homme Nike Air VaporMax Moc Midnight Fog Pas Cher , an official document published by a township in Yuncheng, Shanxi Province, showed that the National Security Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China had initiated a nation-wide census of foreign-funded NGOs in Chinese mainland, which is seen as a sign of the rising suspicion of organization with links overseas.
However, China currently has no specific laws concerning the management of overseas NGOs, though individual articles in a number of laws and government regulations concern the management of overseas NGOs.
There is only one law in China - the Law on Donations for Public Welfare - that is related to the activities.