China’s tutelage ban increases the number of PhD students competing for high school apprenticeships and renews the debate on job competition and qualifications

China’s tutelage ban increases the number of PhD students competing for high school apprenticeships and renews the debate on job competition and qualifications



The revelation that most newly hired teachers in a high school in China have PhDs has sparked a national debate over the highly competitive job market and national obsession with higher academic qualifications The position of biology teacher at the school, four have PhDs, said Gou Xiaoxue, a masters graduate from Beijing Normal University who was interviewed last month for the position, State….

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The revelation that most newly hired teachers in a high school in China have PhDs has sparked a national debate over the highly competitive job market and national obsession with higher academic qualifications The position of biology teacher at the school, four have PhDs, said Gou Xiaoxue, a masters graduate from Beijing Normal University who was interviewed last month for the position, State….

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