Before China’s crackdown, the country’s K-12 off-campus education market was forecast to reach 730 billion yuan (US$112.6 billion) this year, up from 400 billion yuan in 2020. Photo: Shutterstock Before China’s crackdown, the country’s K-12 off-campus education market was forecast to reach 730 billion yuan (US$112.6 billion) this year, up from 400 billion yuan in 2020. Photo: Shutterstock
Before China’s crackdown, the country’s K-12 off-campus education market was forecast to reach 730 billion yuan (US$112.6 billion) this year, up from 400 billion yuan in 2020. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s education crackdown: country’s new family law to ban for-profit home tutoring

  • China’s upcoming Family Education Facilitation Law will include a ban on for-profit home tutoring
  • The law will be submitted for a second review at a session of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress this week

Topic |   China technology
Before China’s crackdown, the country’s K-12 off-campus education market was forecast to reach 730 billion yuan (US$112.6 billion) this year, up from 400 billion yuan in 2020. Photo: Shutterstock Before China’s crackdown, the country’s K-12 off-campus education market was forecast to reach 730 billion yuan (US$112.6 billion) this year, up from 400 billion yuan in 2020. Photo: Shutterstock
Before China’s crackdown, the country’s K-12 off-campus education market was forecast to reach 730 billion yuan (US$112.6 billion) this year, up from 400 billion yuan in 2020. Photo: Shutterstock
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