Oct 25, 2011 07:19 PM

Legal Scholars Call for College Entrance Exam Reform

Every academic season, a new set of controversies and events surrounding the Chinese college entrance exam captures the public's attention, renewing a heated and long-standing debate over how the system can be reformed.

Followed by the calls for change is general silence from the government; then, the discussion quiets down.

Here's another round: 15 famous legal scholars have signed a public letter to Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, calling on him to "abolish the household registry ban on entrance examination candidates."

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