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Enrollment Drops in Chinese-Owned Private Kindergartens

World Journal, Posted: Oct 29, 2009

LOS ANGELES -- Private Chinese-owned kindergartens are losing children to public schools in the economic recession, reports the World Journal. With a reduced income, parents can no longer pay the high tuition fees of private schools. Chinese private schools that usually have long waiting lists are now seeing unprecedented transfer rates. Other parents, who used to send their kids to public preschools are choosing to watch their own children until they reach primary school age in an attempt to save expenses.



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