China, it appears, is now on a similar track to reforming its education sector as South Korea was decades ago – aimed at easing the financial burden for parents. Illustration: SCMP/Kevin Wong China, it appears, is now on a similar track to reforming its education sector as South Korea was decades ago – aimed at easing the financial burden for parents. Illustration: SCMP/Kevin Wong
China, it appears, is now on a similar track to reforming its education sector as South Korea was decades ago – aimed at easing the financial burden for parents. Illustration: SCMP/Kevin Wong

What’s the end game for China’s crackdown on private tutoring? Beijing wants a fair and sustainable society

  • The growing necessity for private tutoring challenges Beijing, as it represents a disruption to the country’s state education system
  • Beijing’s grand plan to revamp the country’s education system is one piece of the Chinese leadership’s bigger goal to engineer a fairer society

Topic |   China technology
China, it appears, is now on a similar track to reforming its education sector as South Korea was decades ago – aimed at easing the financial burden for parents. Illustration: SCMP/Kevin Wong China, it appears, is now on a similar track to reforming its education sector as South Korea was decades ago – aimed at easing the financial burden for parents. Illustration: SCMP/Kevin Wong
China, it appears, is now on a similar track to reforming its education sector as South Korea was decades ago – aimed at easing the financial burden for parents. Illustration: SCMP/Kevin Wong
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