Chinese parents fear children’s English skills will suffer as schools cut back on language classes and tutors face crackdown

Chinese parents worried their children will lose out as a result of education reforms that have led to a reduction in the amount of time spent teaching English are looking for ways to make up the gap.Although their options are further limited after a crackdown on private tutoring, they will not easily be deterred.“Many parents, those who deem English as an important tool to help you connect with the world, are figuring out solutions to offset the impact,” says Stella Zou, who runs a 500-member…


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