Special Needs School For Migrant Workers Unveiled In Beijing

January 29, 2010 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: Education, Health

Beijing's first mental health school for migrant workers has been unveiled in a construction site in the city's Chaoyang district.

Located in a temporary house in a construction site at Gongti North Gate in the Chaoyang district of Beijing, the classroom of the Migrant Worker's Mental Health School is equipped with a projector and more than 40 sets of desks and chairs. The syllabus shows that five classes will be given in the classroom each year when psychologists and experts will be invited to teach migrant workers on how to identify mental diseases and overcome mental problems in addition to properly dealing with emergencies.

The school authority says that they will open 10 schools of the kind later this year.

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