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China’s Implementation of ‘Double Reduction’ Indicates Political Infighting

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On July 24, the General Office of the Central Committee of the CCP and the General Office of the State Council jointly issued the “Opinions on Improving and Reducing the Burden of Students’ Homework and Off-campus Training in Compulsory Education (Opinions),” which was effective immediately. The Opinions explicitly put forward the “double reduction” policy, that is, reducing the students’  burdens of homework and off-campus training. The Opinions stated that no public financing of subject-based training institutions is allowed, no new subject-based training institution is approved, and existing subject-based training institutions at the compulsory education stage should register as non-profit. After the double reduction struck down China’s education and training industry, the biggest concern for millions of Chinese parents and teachers was where to sent students for after school programs. After school programs, or subject-based training institutions, are what Chinese parents typically rely on to prepare students for entrance exams for …

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