Migrant children struggle for urban education

There’s a large group of children that are still facing an uphill climb to attain a decent education in China. The country currently has over 30 million migrant children, or one out of every eight children in the country, with even more in big cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Many left their hometowns with their parents, who seek better economic prospects in China’s big cities. But public schools receive no funding for migrant students, effectively locking them out of a public education. Bigger problems also await them after they graduate from high school. CCTV’s Tao Yuan reports.
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