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MBA for Tots

World Journal, news report, Posted: Dec 31, 2008

GUANGZHOU, China An education organization in Guangzhou started an MBA program
for children of three to six years old. The World Journal reports that the courses are imported from the United States and the tuition is over 20,000 RMB
(about $3,000 US). The program provides 12 courses such as creativity,
creative writing, public speech skills, arts, economics and communication. More than 300 little MBA students have been registered. To nurture students
independence, parents are not allowed to enter classroom.



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