Students collect trash on the playground in Wanling School in Qiongzhong Li and Miao Autonomous County, Hainan Province, on December 11, 2019. [Photo / Xinhua]

BEIJING - Spent Chinese government about 615 , 6 billion yuan ($ 86 billion) in improving school infrastructure and facilities in the less developed regions in the five years from 2014, with 169.9 billion yuan allocated from the central budget, he reported China Education newspaper on Monday.

study of students and living conditions have improved in the past after years of agencies of the central government, including the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Finance, programs implemented to improve basic conditions in schools of compulsory education in poor areas amid efforts to balance the distribution of educational resources.

Since 2014, 224 million square meters of school buildings, 222 million square meters of play areas to the outdoors, more than 29 million square meters of student residences, 13.16 million square meters of student cafés and 6.77 million square meters of toile TS have been built, renovated or expanded, the report figures show.

In addition, 98.6 percent of primary and secondary schools in the country have gained access to the Internet, and over 90 percent of them have multimedia classrooms. There are 14.03 computers per 100 students nationwide, up 51.7 percent from the figure at the end of 2013.

China requires that children receive compulsory nine-year education, which covers primary school and junior middle school, usually from the age of six years.

China,  Education,  Infrastructure,  Government,  Students.,  Beijing, 

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