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Q: Is foreign curriculum banned now in both public and private schools (save intl)?

What about bilingual schools?

22 weeks 3 days ago in  General  - China

 
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Speaking with my expat teacher friends from various parts of China, it seems that the changes made are primarily to Training schools and online schools. Very little seems to have changed in Public and Private schools as of yet. I assume we will discover what really has changed come September 1st. 

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I just spoke to my buddy from SAFEA-search-engine ... 

 

He recommends I should give up 'cause horse is dead already ... surprise

 

https://ddnews.gov.in/international/china-bars-foreign-curriculum-and-fo...

 

https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2021-05-16/china-bars-foreign...

 

https://news.yahoo.com/china-bars-foreign-curriculum-ownership-024058110...

 

I hope, my search engine will help you to determine "horse's heart beat ..." broken heart

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Foreign curriculum is banned in China ... unless approved by Beijing ..., so I'd say since English isn't Chinese language, ban applies to every school in China ...

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2021/07/10/british-branded-school...

 

I'd say detailed changes will be revealed in the future, so all schools will know exactly what they can and cannot do with the English language ... all shows toward the prohibition, but what do I know ...

 

Warning to the foreign English teachers ... in China:

https://www.studyinternational.com/news/precarious-times-foreign-teacher...

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Jokes in English aren't banned in China ..., I think ..

 

Taliban Troll Biden On Twitter By Posing With Ice Creamteaser image

...America is back?

WED AUG 18, AT 4:20 PM 

 

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Speaking with my expat teacher friends from various parts of China, it seems that the changes made are primarily to Training schools and online schools. Very little seems to have changed in Public and Private schools as of yet. I assume we will discover what really has changed come September 1st. 

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