He is finally sentenced after being held for almost a year.
Students will now be sent to a Chinese state-run school 20 miles away from their homes.
He was returned to his home this week after being detained for nearly two-and-a-half years.
Police take them into custody after they cannot pay additional costs of government housing.
Many are unable to pay the cost of additional space they had requested.
But close ties between mining firms and higher authorities block effective protest.
The move comes despite a lift on passport bans for lay Tibetans.
He was found with a photo of exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama and other restricted images.
They had tried to take their complaints to higher authorities after local officials' failure to act.
The manipulation of test scores will hurt their chances for a government job, they say.
They had refused to elect a government-supported candidate, voting instead for someone who had 'served the people.'
But the social network says its removal of dissident postings was consistent with company policy.
They had protested government efforts to take their property for construction of a police barracks.
They are held on suspicion of activities challenging Chinese rule in Tibetan areas.
Police also hold several other Tibetans who gathered in support.
Thousands of monks and nuns are holding mass prayer sessions for the deceased protester.
He set himself on fire in front of Chinese security offices placed outside his monastery.
A young woman of 'good character' dies in a challenge to Chinese rule.
Authorities offer 'compensation' payments on condition of family's silence over the event.
Tibetans should follow the wishes of exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, he said.
The number of Tibetan burning protests against Chinese rule rises to 134.
He had worked to promote Tibetan culture and unity in a troubled county in Tibet.
He had also urged young Tibetans to 'hold to their pride' in being Tibetan.
Authorities had insisted that a government-favored candidate be elected to local office.
He had brain injury and vomited blood just before Chinese authorities released him to his family.
He was returned to his home this week before completing his sentence of two-and-a-half years.
His imprisonment for two and a half years is seen as part of Beijing’s crackdown on Tibetan cultural figures.
Kalsang Yarphel has been detained since June last year after performing in concerts in Tibet's capital Lhasa.
Damage to houses, school buildings and monasteries is extensive.
Police swarm area to question monks, close down Internet.