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Fears Chinese 'exam factory' schools damage innovation

The Chinese government is worried that the pressure to get into the best universities is leading schools to place too much stress on exam results.

They worry this is destroying creativity and undermining the country's ambition to become a more innovative economy.

Carrie Gracie reports from a school in China.

  • 09 Oct 2014
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