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As children of ordinary families could not afford to go to school, more than 90 percent of people in Tibet were illiterate. This situation with school education remained unchanged until after the Democratic Reform in 1959.

Lhasa kids attend 'interest classes' in summer 2011-08-16
The two-month summer holiday is a great opportunity for students to keep away from boring text books and start learning new things accorrdinig to their own interest.
Highest aid-Tibet primary school put into use 2011-08-17
The Baingoin County Sinopec Primary School, a Tibet-aid primary school, launched its completion ceremony on August 14.
Hip-hopping in Tibetan style 2011-08-09
The Third Street Dancing Competition in Tibet themed Dancers Coming Back was officially launched on the Qixi Festival Wednesday, also known as Chinese Valentine's Day, in Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region.
Tibet increases 12,702 urban job opportunities in H1 2011-08-05
In the first half of this year, 12,720 newly increased urban jobs were reported in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), fulfilling 60.6% of the region's objective for 2011.
Education foundation donates 1 mln yuan to Tibet University 2011-07-24
Yin Fatang, former secretary of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Committee of the Communist Party of China, waves as donating 1 million yuan (155,100 U.S. dollars) via an education foundation to the Tibet University.
Education foundation donates 1 mln yuan to Tibet University 2011-07-24
Yin Fatang, former secretary of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Committee of the Communist Party of China, waves as donating 1 million yuan (155,100 U.S. dollars) via an education foundation to the Tibet University.
Chinese vice president visits Tibet University 2011-07-19
Vice President Xi Jinping on Monday visited Tibet University, the top higher learning institute in southwestern Tibet Autonomous Region, examining science research labs and interacting with students, and urging them to study hard and help boost ethnic unity.
Tibetan language widely learned, used in Tibet 2011-06-08
Recently, a seminar on cultural reform and development was held in Tibet to ensure that over 70% of cultural products be made in Tibetan language.
Tibetan students take national college entrance examination 2011-06-08
The 2011 National College Entrance Examination (NCEE), or "gaokao" in Chinese, kicked off in Lhasa, capital of Tibet scheduled from June 7 to 9, during which 6421 Tibetan students will fight for their dreams in the three-day examination with their peers across the country.
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