Tibet's education sees fruitful results

By Chen Ziqi China Plus Published: 2017-09-29 11:13:29
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Reporter: Sam Duckett and Chen Ziqi 

Fifth-grade students of Shigatse Primary School were having class. [Photo: from Chinaplus]

Fifth-grade students of Shigatse Primary School were having class. [Photo: from Chinaplus]

Steps taken through the years by the central government, as well as the local government in Tibet, now means that education for young people is readily available.

Every young person in the Autonomous Region now has access to 15-years of education, from pre-school, all the way through Grade 12.

Our reporter Sam Duckett takes us through a primary school in Tibet's 2nd largest city, Shigatse, to give us more insight into how the education system in the region works.

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