Diane Geng is a cofounder of the Rural China Education Foundation and is currently its executive director. She obtained an EdM in human development and psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She researched rural education and nongovernmental organizations in China as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar.

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Rural China is home to about one in every ten people on earth and to more than 150 million school-aged children—a staggering number, comparable to half the entire U.S. population. The children of rural China suffer the negative consequences of the country’s economic boom: their parents often move to the cities as migrant workers and […]

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