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Sr. official calls for strengthened rectification of unauthorized education fees

(Xinhua)

08:06, April 28, 2012

BEIJING, April 27 (Xinhua) -- A senior Chinese official on Friday urged relevant departments to strengthen the rectification of the unauthorized collection of education fees.

Liu Yandong, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and a state councilor, made the remarks during an inter-ministerial meeting on rectifying unauthorized education fees, saying that work in this area has made great achievements in recent years, but some problems have not been resolved at their source.

Liu urged relevant departments to strictly control the publication, recommendation and selection of teaching materials as well as the prices of such materials, strictly implement regulations on fees for kindergartens, and resolutely rectify paid make-up lessons.

Liu also called on all the departments to coordinate and improve mechanisms and policies and exert public supervision to reveal typical cases.

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