Caixin
Dec 15, 2021 09:13 PM
CHINA

China’s Private Education Crackdown Hits Two International Schools

Bay Academy in Shenzhen, South China’s Guangdong province. Photo: Bay Academy
Bay Academy in Shenzhen, South China’s Guangdong province. Photo: Bay Academy

Two international schools in Shenzhen decided this month to close their branches for K-9 students, the latest shutdowns resulting from China’s new rules that make it difficult for foreign schools to tie up with Chinese partners to offer compulsory education.

The Bay Academy, jointly managed by American nonprofit organization International Schools Services and Shanghai-based education consultancy Ulink College, will suspend operations from July 2022, Caixin has learned from the admissions office in the southern city.

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