China’s crackdown on education triggers lawsuits against defunct institutions while some tutors teach in secret

China’s crackdown on education triggers lawsuits against defunct institutions while some tutors teach in secret




Many private English teachers remaining in China are holding back in the face of China’s ongoing crackdown on off-campus education, and a number of private institutions remain stuck in an operational quagmire – they say they are unable to repay clients or not teachers to make back payments to their staff. Several middle-class families from across China, including provinces such as Guangdong, Sichuan and Hubei, have filed lawsuits against a 22-year-old ESL in local courts.

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Many private English teachers remaining in China are holding back in the face of China’s ongoing crackdown on off-campus education, and a number of private institutions remain stuck in an operational quagmire – they say they are unable to repay clients or not teachers to make back payments to their staff. Several middle-class families from across China, including provinces such as Guangdong, Sichuan and Hubei, have filed lawsuits against a 22-year-old ESL in local courts.

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