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After Government Crackdown, What’s Next for China’s Edtech Firms?
September 03, 2021

After Government Crackdown, What’s Next for China’s Edtech Firms?

By Kate Kologrivaya and Emma Shleifer
With new regulations hitting hard at home, China’s education firms are going global.

Why Did China Crack Down on Its Ed-Tech Industry?
August 05, 2021

Why Did China Crack Down on Its Ed-Tech Industry?

By Lizzi C. Lee
Beijing’s latest move is a response to long-held public grievances about educational inequality and the resulting pressure to keep up.
China Targets the Private Tutoring Sector
July 29, 2021

China Targets the Private Tutoring Sector

By Eleanor Albert
New scrutiny on the tutoring industry comes amid a broader tightening of regulations in general.

Death of Student in China Triggers Questions, Protests
May 14, 2021

Death of Student in China Triggers Questions, Protests

By Huizhong Wu
A student’s death and his mother’s online posts have stirred controversy and questions. 

EdTech in Rural China
December 01, 2020

EdTech in Rural China

By Layne Vandenberg
EdTech companies are starting to address the urban-rural disparity in educational opportunities prevalent throughout China.

China and the World: Can China Lead?
November 06, 2020

China and the World: Can China Lead?

By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with William Kirby on China's ambitions, soft power, and education.

Gaokao in the Time of COVID-19
April 21, 2020

Gaokao in the Time of COVID-19

By Kate Kologrivaya and Emma Shleifer
Debate over the decision to postpone China’s college entrance exam crystallizes deeper problems with educational inequality.
Quarantined: China’s Online Education in the Pandemic
March 26, 2020

Quarantined: China’s Online Education in the Pandemic

By Kate Kologrivaya and Emma Shleifer
With schools closed across the country to combat COVID-19, China has turned to online learning. The results have been mixed.

China’s Schools, Forced Online By Coronavirus, Run Into Censors
March 05, 2020

China’s Schools, Forced Online By Coronavirus, Run Into Censors

By Associated Press
With schools closed indefinitely, teachers are giving lectures online – where they risk abrupt and often unexplained censorship.

Patriotic Shift for China’s ‘First Class of School’ TV Program
September 06, 2019

Patriotic Shift for China’s ‘First Class of School’ TV Program

By Kendra Brock
This year’s show opened with video of the Chinese flag being raised across the country.

The Chinese Communist Party’s Latest Propaganda Target: Young Minds
April 26, 2019

The Chinese Communist Party’s Latest Propaganda Target: Young Minds

By Sarah Cook
Indoctrination, censorship, and surveillance are robbing a generation of their right to free thought.
Liu Yadong, Mr. Science, and China’s Shaky Modernity
August 31, 2018

Liu Yadong, Mr. Science, and China’s Shaky Modernity

By Trym Aleksander Eiterjord
The editor of a state-affiliated magazine laments the lack of “scientific spirit” in Chinese society.

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