Another Great Leap
Resettled farmers' children go to school in urban China
Children leave school for home at a housing project in a southwestern China.
They were all moved from their farmland and resettled nearby in this purpose-built estate.
Schooling is a big challenge for China as it pushes ahead with a dramatic, history-making plan to move 100 million rural residents into towns and cities over the six years — but without a clear idea of how to pay for the gargantuan undertaking or whether the farmers involved want to move.