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Blue book Report on Chinese International Schools (2017)

Thursday,Nov 16, 2017

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The Center for China and Globalization will release the 2017 Blue book Report on Chinese International Schools. The report, as a joint effort with Beijing Royal School, is based on over 1000 copies of survey collected from Beijing international schools. It draws the landscape of Chinese international schools and reveals the current status of their students. Moreover, the report provides a guidance on the future development of international schools in China.

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At the same time, the report identifies a series of problems and challenges facing the Chinese international schools, and to address those challenges, the report give some suggestions.

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