Some parents don't buy the forced circulation of textbooks. Yesterday, the Ministry of Education said that after the spring of 2008, some subjects in rural primary and secondary schools will implement the recycling of textbooks. In the urban area of the city, the foreign language branch of the provincial experimental primary school, which tried to recycle textbooks, was opposed by parents. In May this year, Huanghe Road No. 1 primary school donated nearly 10000 textbooks and all kinds of books to partners in poor areas for recycling. According to the regulations of the Ministry of education, rural primary and secondary schools will recycle textbooks after the start of school in the spring of 2008 (signing ceremony), including science, music, art (or art) and information technology in primary schools; Junior high school music, art (or art), sports and health, information technology
it is understood that these textbooks are used by students in this semester and returned to the school at the end of the semester for the use of students at the next level. The textbooks of circular subjects are updated on a three-year cycle. The central government allocates about 1/3 of the textbook funds of these subjects every year for the supplement and update of circular textbooks
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it was learned in the interview that schools in Zhengzhou have tried to recycle teaching materials
since the beginning of school in the autumn of 2006, the foreign language branch of Henan experimental primary school has formulated Interim Measures for the recycling of teaching materials. All textbooks are recycled, and they are cut at 1/4 of the diameter or diagonal distance from the outer end. Among them, Chinese, mathematics, English, morality and life are class I teaching materials. Students are required to wrap the book cover for the textbook, and indicate that they do not scribble, draw, mark or sign. Music, art, science, computer and other textbooks are class II textbooks. 40 textbooks are ordered for each grade and semester. They can be stored directly in the professional classroom by grade, or they can be managed and sorted out by the Department teachers, and the textbooks are numbered. Before each class, they are distributed uniformly according to the student's student number. Students check the textbooks used in time. If there is any damage, report it immediately, and the teachers will take them back and keep them uniformly after class. When the school opened in the autumn of 2007, a number of textbooks had entered the circulation period, and the school also selected some little stars who loved books. The head of the school said that through the recycling of teaching materials, students really have the awareness of caring for books and saving resources
parents don't buy the recycling of textbooks
however, this practice of the school has not conquered parents. Some parents reported that it was not allowed to take notes in books in circulating textbooks, and the school printed the exercise questions in textbooks into pamphlets and sent them to students again, forming a new round of waste. Due to the over protection of textbooks, it is difficult for students to have any effect in preview. Some parents put forward their own views on the use of recycling textbooks. They believe that most of the students' used books will be sold together with old books and newspapers as waste products, and these books will be turned into pulp and re made into paper in the paper mill, which is not a complete wasteThe person in charge of the education and Sports Bureau of Erqi District believes that it is too early to recycle textbooks in primary and secondary schools in the urban area. The premise of recycling textbooks is that these textbooks, as common property, should not charge book fees
the person in charge said that at present, primary and secondary schools in urban compulsory education still charge book fees, so textbooks have become students' private property and cannot be forcibly recycled. If the textbooks are recycled, it will be unfair to the next student who continues to pay book fees. Due to friction and heat generation, the sample will heat up. There is no such problem in rural primary and secondary schools, because at present, rural compulsory education is completely free, and schools can master the use of textbooks