Ministry of Education: primary and secondary school registration is strictly prohibited to collect parental position information

2022-07-26 0 By

In order to further improve the long-term mechanism for fair admissions, booster “ShuangJian” policy to the ground, build the good ecology and promote the healthy growth of students recently, issued by the general office of the Ministry of Education “about further do a good job average middle and primary school enrollment admission notice (hereinafter referred to as the” notice “), the recruitment of students admission work in middle and primary schools to deploy.According to the circular, local governments should scientifically and rationally delimit districts, establish a survey system for school-age children of permanent residents in compulsory education, and scientifically delimit enrollment areas for each compulsory education school in accordance with the target requirements of “school enrollment by division and nearby enrollment of students”.In places where educational resources are relatively balanced, the gradual implementation of single-school zoning is encouraged to reasonably stabilize enrollment expectations.In areas where educational resources are not balanced, multi-school zoning shall be actively and steadily promoted, and hot schools shall be divided into corresponding districts to promote a general balance of high-quality educational resources within the districts.The circular stressed that local governments should improve the registration system for compulsory education, and further standardize the collection of registration information in accordance with the principle of not providing materials or collecting information when necessary.Unnecessary proof materials such as pre-school education experience, family planning certificates, and proof of being older than normal school age will be eliminated.It is strictly forbidden to collect information about parents’ positions and income, and it is forbidden to use various apps and small programs to collect information about students at will.According to the circular, all localities should fully implement the policy of simultaneous enrollment of public private schools, and private compulsory education schools should give priority to meeting the enrollment needs of students in the county (district) where the school is located, and should not enroll students in cities divided into districts.We will further cut cross-regional enrollment plans for high-quality public and private regular high schools.The circular calls on local governments to improve the long-term mechanism of dropout control and school guarantee to ensure that all school-age children are enrolled.We will further move forward with the compulsory education enrollment policy for children living with their parents, with the residence permit as the main basis, comprehensively review and cancel all non-compliant school enrollment certificates and time limit requirements for children living with their parents, and will not require them to provide proof of unguardianship in their domicile places.We will earnestly implement the policy for those children who have moved with them to their places of residence to take the senior high school entrance examination, and properly provide services for those children who have moved with them to their places of residence to take the senior high school entrance examination.The circular stressed that local governments should strengthen organizational leadership, vigorously promote “sunshine enrollment”, strengthen the interpretation of major policies and hot issues of public concern, and effectively play the role of social supervision.We will strictly implement the “Ten Prohibitions” on primary and secondary school enrollment, open up channels for reporting and accepting complaints, and seriously investigate and punish violations of laws and regulations on enrollment.Local governments should further promote the balanced development of compulsory education and the diversified and distinctive development of regular senior high schools so as to create conditions for ensuring that school-age children have access to equitable and high-quality basic education.