Parents are finding ways to get around a ban on after school tutoring. Photo: Getty
Parents are finding ways to get around a ban on after school tutoring. Photo: Getty

After Beijing’s ban on tutoring industry, Chinese parents turn to black market to find teachers

  • China banned after school private tutoring earlier this year, amid concern too much pressure was being placed on children and parents
  • The competition to achieve top marks and get into the right university is intense in China where the right education is seen as paramount to success in life

Parents are finding ways to get around a ban on after school tutoring. Photo: Getty
Parents are finding ways to get around a ban on after school tutoring. Photo: Getty
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