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Average Years of Received Education, 2000

Source: China Statistical Yearbook (2004) - based on 2000 Population Census
Note: Map was produced with the author's RAPS-China software.

There are huge differences of education within China. While students, on average, are spending 10 years in education in Beijing, students in Tibet (on average) only get a little more than 3 years. All of central China (Qinghai, Guizhou, Ningxia), but surprisingly also Anhui, have significantly shorter average education than the North-east and South-central of China (Guangdong, Hunan and Hubei)

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