New Rules for Teachers After China Earthquake

From AP:

China is requiring more ethical responsibility from following the highly publicized case of a high school teacher who fled his classroom during last month’s earthquake without making sure his students were safe.

A draft of revised ethics regulations for primary and secondary school teachers explicitly states for the first time that teachers have a moral responsibility to protect their students.

The revision, placed on the Ministry of ’s Web site this week for public comment until Monday, was apparently fueled by the case of Fan Meizhong, a high school teacher in Dujiangyan, one of the worst-hit cities in the May 12 quake.

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