Why did the students have no graduation or final exams?
I think that the students had no graduation or final exams because of something related to the government. I feel this because after I researched I read that the Chinese cultural revolution impacted education. People stopped studying and "graduated" even if they did not work hard for it.
Something that I have learned in Graded in pal past 11 years or so, is that if you don't work hard for something. You won't achieve it. Martin Luther king once said “If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” In this quote I learn that you need to keep trying, and even when you can't, try.
Why did the government decide the schools that the kids would go to and not the teacher?
I am not so sure, but the government might want to do something to kids in specific neighborhoods for some reason. An example of kids going to school based on their neighborhood is in Texas. There you are supposed to go to the closest school to your house, (no exemptions).
Is the government looking forward for education?
It seems like the government is against education for some reason. Attending a school has many purposes: learning about the world. Being exposed to different people, opinions. In school, you learn how to treat other people. You discover new things, you have fun, you make friends, and you seek the unknown. Without these "abilities" you won't be someone in life. And the government isn't caring for these people.