1, China has high quality public education system. Which guarantees students to get high quality education without any extra tutoring.
2, The purpose of education is cultiving talents and selecting talents. Real talented will be selected only if all students receive same education.
Did they worked for free?Wrong. Maslow's triangle stipulates the best worker is a happy worker. This is why Henry Ford's workers were so productive.
Of course it is US fault. If the US and Americans were not successful capitalists and democrats, China would not have abandoned communism and would not face this problem today. So it our 'fault'. Duh...Whatsamatta you?Now you blame the US for this? Unreal.
It produced some great results. Rich people will always find a way around ban. A tutor just may help a student from an average family to reach full potential.I don't know about this. The amount of money poured into the for profit tutoring did produce results. Sure it was unfair but it also produces some truly elite talent. So unless there's a massive increase in money for public education, those elite talent might disappear.
So is there no way now for parents who want to spend money to give their kids a leg up in class?
I don't. I think as long as authorities do not interfere with simple tutoring it should be all fine. I know some in my extended family here in the USA spend money on tutors.Bruh do you know how ridiculously long Chinese public school is already???
school in China starts at 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM, starts again at 2:00 to 4:30 PM, then mandatory self study session after dinner 6:00 - 7:30 PM. some people have even longer.I don't. I think as long as authorities do not interfere with simple tutoring it should be all fine. I know some in my extended family here in the USA spends money on tutors.
The elites don’t even need college entrance exams. They can simply go abroad for a college degree and even if it is in something useless, he could still inherit his parents’ business. Unless you do Mao style purges of the ultra rich there is no way around this, and the last thing anyone wants is Mao style purges.This will normalized urban middle class and village -- while enlarging gaps between urban middle class and elites.
The super rich and elites always hire top professors as one to one tutor.
Not possible to ban one to one tuition.
That is right. But having a elite college degree will have them a hell of more of legitimacy to do things in public.The elites don’t even need college entrance exams. They can simply go abroad for a college degree and even if it is in something useless, he could still inherit his parents’ business. Unless you do Mao style purges of the ultra rich there is no way around this, and the last thing anyone wants is Mao style purges.
When the tutoring industry disappears, most experienced teachers will not do that work. One to one tuition market is too small and scattered to be a formal career. Only suitable for college students as their part time work. Which won't bring much change.You cannot eradicate one to one tuition.
With or without one to one tuition, the elites can go almost any universities they want. They just donate a few millions to Harvard. Or they just ask Mr Ma Yun write them a commendation letter.
From this point of view, the urban middle class does not compete directly with elites for a college slot.
Enrichment program will have an effect of raising urban student IQ, but put big disadvantage to rural students.
For the good of entire nation, it is probably worth to reduce the urban student IQ a little, to equalize the education opportunities.
The Gao Kao exam based meritocracy should be preserved as far as possible. Draconian learning must be preserved as far as possible,
US holistic admission is way of national suicide.
From current information, art tuition may not be bannedEnrichment program will have an effect of raising urban student IQ, but put big disadvantage to rural students.