China’s once-thriving private tutoring industry has largely been pushed underground in the year since Beijing banned the private teaching of school curricula. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s once-thriving private tutoring industry has largely been pushed underground in the year since Beijing banned the private teaching of school curricula. Photo: Shutterstock

A year after China’s private tutoring crackdown, classes have moved underground as companies struggle to pivot

  • Many parents are paying more than ever before to keep their kids in private classes, fearful they will lose their edge in China’s competitive education system
  • China’s ban on for-profit private tutoring in July 2021 has also forced once lucrative educational businesses to pivot to live streaming and hardware

China’s once-thriving private tutoring industry has largely been pushed underground in the year since Beijing banned the private teaching of school curricula. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s once-thriving private tutoring industry has largely been pushed underground in the year since Beijing banned the private teaching of school curricula. Photo: Shutterstock
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