If China’s restrictive coronavirus-control measures drive away foreign talent, it could spell trouble for international schools. Photo: SCMP
If China’s restrictive coronavirus-control measures drive away foreign talent, it could spell trouble for international schools. Photo: SCMP

China’s international schools face dire fate if zero-Covid drives away teachers, BritCham warns

  • April survey of more than 200 businesses finds that turnover rate among teachers in coming school year could surpass 40 per cent
  • Foreign talent is being driven away, and businesses are struggling to find new workers as Beijing sticks to its strict lockdown and containment measures

If China’s restrictive coronavirus-control measures drive away foreign talent, it could spell trouble for international schools. Photo: SCMP
If China’s restrictive coronavirus-control measures drive away foreign talent, it could spell trouble for international schools. Photo: SCMP
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