Review of Regulatory Policies on Private Supplementary Tutoring in China

  title={Review of Regulatory Policies on Private Supplementary Tutoring in China},
  author={Junyan Liu},
  journal={ECNU Review of Education},
  pages={143 - 153}
  • Junyan Liu
  • Published 1 September 2018
  • Education
  • ECNU Review of Education
The present paper focuses on the regulations on private supplementary tutoring, which in China is widely called Xiaowai Peixun ( 校外培训 ). Although much previous international literature has mostly focused on tutoring in academic subjects, tutoring in non-academic ones such as piano and painting has become popular in China and is also seen as educational investment by families. To fit this context, the present paper adopts a definition of private tutoring covering tutoring in both academic and… 

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