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Unlicensed kindergartens face suspension

( Updated: 2010-07-02 16:01

Unlicensed kindergartens face suspension
Parents drop off their children at Yuying Bilingual Kindergarten in Fengtai District of Beijing on June 30. The unlicensed kindergarten, located in a suburban region of Beijing, was ordered to shut down by local education authorities, who cited security concerns. Most of the 100 children attending the kindergarten are from migrant worker families, and they now face no school, with the kindergarten suspended. [Photo/CFP]

Unlicensed kindergartens face suspension
Children wait for their lunch at Yuying Bilingual Kindergarten in Xiaojing Village of Hugouqiao County in Fengtai District, Beijing on June 30. Five other kindergartens were also ordered to close for the same reason, according to a chief at Xiaojing village. There is only one state-funded kindergarten in the village, which can't accommodate the children from the suspended schools. One migrant parent said she may have to send her child back to her hometown. [Photo/CFP]

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