China’s education crackdown sparks lawsuits against defunct institutions, while some tutors keep teaching in secret

//China’s education crackdown sparks lawsuits against defunct institutions, while some tutors keep teaching in secret

China’s education crackdown sparks lawsuits against defunct institutions, while some tutors keep teaching in secret

Many private English teachers who remain in China are keeping a low profile amid China’s ongoing crackdown on off-campus education, and a number of private institutions remain stuck in an operational quagmire – saying they are unable to refund customers or provide back pay to employees and teachers.Several middle-class families from across China, including in provinces such as Guangdong, Sichuan, and Hubei, have filed lawsuits through local courts against a 22-year-old ESL (English as a second…

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