Nearly 30 percent of elementary and junior high school students find it too noisy to concentrate on study during class, according to a government survey released Saturday.

The survey also shows that 26.2 percent of the students acknowledged their tendency toward extreme anger and violence, while 35.2 percent of mothers said they found it difficult to scold their children effectively. Nearly 40 percent of the mothers surveyed wanted to rely on schools to take care of their children.

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