Ministry of Education: primary and middle school students competition to achieve “zero charge”!It is not used as a basis for admission

2022-06-15 0 By

The Ministry of Education, the Central Government Organization Office, the Ministry of Civil Affairs and the State Administration for Market Regulation jointly issued the new Administrative Measures on National Competition Activities for Primary and Secondary School Students (hereinafter referred to as the Administrative Measures), which stresses that all schools, students and their parents should participate in the competition voluntarily.The organization and holding of competition activities should do the following eight things: first, insist on public welfare and not for profit;Second, the work of the competition shall not be entrusted or authorized;Third, any units, organizations and individuals are not allowed to charge students and schools for various purposes, so as to achieve “zero charge”;Fourth, supporting services such as transportation, hotel and restaurant shall not be designated for participating in the competition activities;Fifth, it is forbidden to collect fees in disguise by organizing training, study Tours, winter camps and summer camps related to the competition for the participating students;Six is not to promote or disguised marketing materials, books, auxiliary tools, equipment, materials and other goods;Seventh, students, parents or teachers shall not be trained;Eight is not to borrow the name of the competition to carry out grade examination fees.The Management Measures have made detailed regulations on the links such as registration and participation, expert selection, examination papers, evaluation and award, and public announcement during the organization of the competition. It is also clear that the competition and the results of the competition shall not be used as the basis for primary and secondary school enrollment, and it is strictly prohibited to charge any fees.At the same time, international competitions held in China have been brought under standardized management, and disciplinary measures against illegal contests have been strengthened to make the management of competition activities more standardized, scientific and regular.Declaration: The copyright of this article belongs to the original author, if there is a source error or infringement of your legitimate rights and interests, you can contact us through the mailbox, we will promptly deal with.Email address: