A teacher (standing) is tutoring students, all from rich families, on English at a private institute in Shanghai. Photo: Alice Yan A teacher (standing) is tutoring students, all from rich families, on English at a private institute in Shanghai. Photo: Alice Yan
A teacher (standing) is tutoring students, all from rich families, on English at a private institute in Shanghai. Photo: Alice Yan

Chinese parents are hanging on to after-school tutoring amid crackdown

  • China’s crackdown on tutoring agencies has left parents concerned that their children will be left behind
  • Experts say ‘group education anxiety’ will make the reforms a challenge on the ground

Topic |   China education
A teacher (standing) is tutoring students, all from rich families, on English at a private institute in Shanghai. Photo: Alice Yan A teacher (standing) is tutoring students, all from rich families, on English at a private institute in Shanghai. Photo: Alice Yan
A teacher (standing) is tutoring students, all from rich families, on English at a private institute in Shanghai. Photo: Alice Yan
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