The perception that school is of little value is heightened when poorly built, poorly lit schools are badly maintained, teachers often absent, and, in fact, very little teaching and learning taking place.
But this not all about the quality of urban education. Anyway, the problems of education in rural areas do not disappear. As a result, students at these schools typically fall behind their peers in better-staffed urban schools.
Chu Zhaohui, a researcher at the National Institute of Education Sciences Super schools are a result of unfairness Rather than being a shining example of the education system, "super" schools, such as Chengdu No 7 High School, are a result of unfairness.
To ensure students in impoverished areas receive fairly high-quality education, well-qualified rural teachers should be the top priority, because they play the leading role in imparting education, which can be enhanced by additional teaching courses.
In response, the government launched the National School Meals Programme inwhich provided free school lunches to children in the poorest provinces. Moreover, these schools are more likely to have a higher proportion of qualified teachers.
Nearly all countries have developed programs for public education.
But, as always, there are more opportunities for well-prepared rural students in dynamic big-city economies. Unfortunately, the same rings true for education.
Some of them prefer to work in their homeland. The lack of teachers is another huge obstacle on the way to education. For many countries, particularly in rural areas, a number of children drop out at the end of primary school to help support their families.