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Parents sue school

(Global Times)

11:09, April 28, 2013

A 5-year-old boy fell to his death while playing with other kids in a bilingual kindergarten in Tongzhou district, and the parents are suing, the Beijing Morning Post reports.

The father, surnamed Zhao, sent his son to the kindergarten in 2011. He paid an additional 200 yuan each month and asked teachers to pay special attention to his son, because the boy had a cochlear implant. The boy died in May. The police found the kindergarten had no license, and asked it to compensate Zhao's family 70,000 yuan.

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