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There are a wide variety of administrative personnel who take responsibility for specific issues at various levels in education bureaus in China; however, none of them, nor any other specific social service system, takes full responsibility for issues related to the education of migrant children (Yang & Lu, 2006). So, children’s endeavors to obtain education and their parents’ efforts to obtain schooling for them can only be deemed spontaneous behavior without support, resulting in stark inconsistencies.

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