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Education, anyone?

Our Fearless Leader

In his latest press release, Chairman Mao has proclaimed his passing of a new Education Revolution to coincide with the cultural changes already taking place. As teachers, educators, and intellectuals are moved to the countryside to labor, all anyone can ask is why - why this mass movement, change in society, need for new ideals, etc. The Chairman himself addresses all of these issues and tells the public of his plans for the new education of China

The Future of China's Education

During his speech, Chairman Mao specifically detailed his hopes and aspirations for the final product of China's education reform. We must first understand that Mao views school as too long and highly unnecessary, resulting in its absence being nothing more than if a needle were lost in a mountain of other identical needles. With this new revolution, the Chairman intends to close colleges and simplify the overall curriculum of the schooling system. People will all gradually decline in a desire for learning, making everyone equal in intellectual proficiency and promoting a greater sense of equality and nationalism for the Chinese population. School shall be of little importance while the true emphasis in society will be on the workplace and laboring. Chairman Mao details how he will merge the two concepts of education and work into one, forming the ultimate system in which the basis of society will essentially stem. Mao aspires to create work-study programs to promote the highly-recommended task of every individual working and being apart of the labor force. Consequently, all people will be involved in both education and work in the country, further propelling China into what Mao sees as a very bright future. As he once said, "The working people should master knowledge and the intellectuals should become habituated with manual labour."

The Whole of China

The Chairman's new developments for the new Education Revolution help to promote his plan of creating a classless communist China. By reworking the entire school and teaching system, Mao specifies how the people will be equalized and social status shall no longer matter, for everyone in the country will contain the same type and quantity of wisdom in his or her brains. The establishment of a one-class society will include all people and be a greater unifying force for the people. No longer will there be the rich and the poor, the wise and the un-wise, the laborers and the educators - the social "playing field" will be, as Chairman Mao states, forever evened and the people will be able to diffuse knowledge into each other, creating a more distinct Chinese culture. This bright vision will sure to become a reality under the great Chairman, all due to his undying leadership and the game-changing creation of the Education Revolution.

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