Friday, 1 July 2011

North Korea shuts down universities to send students to work

From Fox News we learn that,
North Korea has shut down its universities for the next 10 months so students can work in factories to help rebuild the country's depleted economy, according to the Daily Telegraph.

The communist regime ordered all universities Monday to cancel all classes until next April 2012.

The Telegraph reports that North Korean students will be put to work on construction projects in major cities.
Well that should be be a big step forward for the development of the "knowledge economy" and increasing productivity in North Korea.

1 comment:

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