Published on: 2016-03-14
IEMS’ Albert Park spoke to CCTV America on trends in the Chinese education system, such as government initiatives shifting more focus from traditional forms of rote learning to more analytical learning methods, China’s difficulties in employing its newest wave of college graduates, and the supply and demand of private education in China.
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