Westminster School to set up branches in China to teach Chinese curriculum
Concern that students will not be taught politically sensitive topics such as the Tiananmen massacre or detail of Mao’s famine
One of Britain’s top public schools is set to open six offshoots in China teaching the Chinese national curriculum at a time when the country’s authoritarian leader, Xi Jinping, is pushing to tighten the Communist party’s grip on the classroom.According to the Financial Times, Westminster School will on Thursday unveil plans to create branches in six major Chinese cities in partnership with a Hong Kong education group called HKMETG. The first will open in Chengdu, capital of the south-western...
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