Trey Crawford (second left) displays a school project with other pupils at the high school affiliated to the University of Science Technology Beijing, China. Photo: Handout Trey Crawford (second left) displays a school project with other pupils at the high school affiliated to the University of Science Technology Beijing, China. Photo: Handout
Trey Crawford (second left) displays a school project with other pupils at the high school affiliated to the University of Science Technology Beijing, China. Photo: Handout
Education

The China expat parents choosing public over international schools, and how their kids cope

  • High international school fees and a hope that their kids will become fluent in Mandarin are driving some expat parents in China to opt for public schools
  • But language and cultural barriers can be problems, as well as coping with the inevitable state propaganda their kids face

Topic |   Education
Trey Crawford (second left) displays a school project with other pupils at the high school affiliated to the University of Science Technology Beijing, China. Photo: Handout Trey Crawford (second left) displays a school project with other pupils at the high school affiliated to the University of Science Technology Beijing, China. Photo: Handout
Trey Crawford (second left) displays a school project with other pupils at the high school affiliated to the University of Science Technology Beijing, China. Photo: Handout
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