Shadow education SIG event: Teachers’ experience and parents’ opinion about the private tutoring under Double Reduction Policy













The Shadow Education Special Interest Group (SIG) organized a successful seminar on September 28th, highlighting the research work of three graduates from CGSED program. The event provided a platform for these talented individuals to present their capstone projects, shedding light on important aspects of the education system.

The seminar focused on two crucial topics: the identity of teachers and the expectations and choices of parents regarding supplementary private tutoring in the context of current education policies. The graduates presented their in-depth studies, demonstrating their dedication and expertise in these areas.

The event attracted participation from 16 members hailing from diverse countries and regions. The attendees were eager to engage in insightful discussions and learn from the research findings presented by the CGSED graduates.