Parents in China turning to black market for tutors after Beijing's ban

Parents in China are known to go to extreme lengths for their kids' education. PHOTO: REUTERS
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BEIJING - China's ban on after-school tuition for primary and junior high students has left parents worried about what they can do to help their children gain a leg-up in life.

They are also grappling to find alternatives to childcare, which they had previously substituted with tuition classes.

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