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                    How Coronavirus Could Deepen China’s Gap Between Urban and Rural Education

                    2020年06月03日 20:09 来源于 财新网
                    Isolated rural communities fear digital and wealth divide has disproportionately impacted local schooling
                    A school stands closed in Yunnan province’s Lancang Lahu autonomous prefecture in late April. The school fully reopened earlier this week. Photo: Courtesy of Dao Heying

                    When China’s coronavirus outbreak took hold in February, Li swapped her middle school classroom for a friend’s phone and a patchy internet connection.

                    Like thousands of others across the country, her school in a poor, remote part of Southwest China shut its doors to curb the virus’s spread and moved all classes online. But for 15-year-old Li, the transition was far from smooth. Her family doesn’t own a computer or smartphone, making her reliant on her classmate’s generosity. And poor connections sometimes made it hard to see or hear her teachers.

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