China wants to halt excessive homework.

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HONG KONG: China’s Ministry of Education said on Tuesday (May 14) it was launching a campaign to address issues including excessive homework and bullying in schools, as part of efforts to boost students’ mental health.

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The announcement came a day after the ministry said it was carrying out mental health education for teachers and students, with a particular focus on rural migrant children or those “left behind”, whose parents work in large cities for much of the year.

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The ministry’s notice, published on its website, detailed 12 negative practices at schools, including encroachment during scheduled breaks, neglect and tolerance of bullying behaviour.

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