They also took the opportunity to lay out a framework for future trips including that schools seek approval from district education authorities and school heads lead trips, taking responsibility for rule violations.
The US and foreign education has become something a lot of Chinese parents strive for their child to see and experience, which has ultimately led to the industry cashing in.
The Asiana crash has led to a nationwide slamming of schools are third party companies who organised the trips.
However, no one is under the illusion that this will improve flight safety or take back what happened on flight 214, but it might inspire tighter rules and regulations.
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