Shenzhen Education Bureau: forbid primary and secondary school students to participate in the training of quantum wave speed reading

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 Shenzhen Education Bureau: forbid primary and secondary school students to participate in the training of quantum wave speed reading


On November 1, Xinhua news agency, Shenzhen, conducted a training on quick reading of quantum fluctuations, which claimed to be able to read tens of thousands of words per minute, a hot topic in the society. The reporter learned from Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of education on November 1 that the Bureau issued a notice forbidding primary and secondary school students from participating in relevant training programs or contents. For training institutions suspected of violating regulations, relevant departments are investigating.

Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of education requires local education administrative departments and primary and secondary schools to check the students participation in the quantum fluctuation speed reading training, and the education departments to check the illegal training institutions involved in the relevant content within their jurisdiction.

The notice also requires that all primary and secondary schools do a good job in relevant work, and persuade students parents not to listen to the misleading propaganda of relevant institutions and actively refuse their children to participate in illegal training through the ways and means of family Committee and parent school.

Earlier, the Shenzhen training institution Mu Yi Xue in its WeChat publics tweets, claimed that through the copyright training system, to enhance the ability of young people to concentrate on the premise, to help children achieve more than 10000 words per minute reading level. In the course introduction of the brochure, there are expressions such as Muyi quick reading brainwave audio is a comprehensive brainwave audio dominated by alpha wave and seta wave, and both alpha wave and seta wave belong to the same basic brainwave.

Shenzhen market supervision and Administration Bureau said in October 23rd that the relevant contents of Shenzhen Mu Yi Education Network Technology Co., Ltd. published on small publicity pages, brochures and other materials and public numbers were suspected to be illegal. The Bureau issued a notice of inquiry to the parties in accordance with the law and filed a case for investigation.

Source: editor in charge of Xinhuanet: huachengyu