Recently, the Double Alleviation Policy aroused a hot discussion from all walks of life. Parents have many questions, such as:
- What is the impact of the Double Alleviation Policy on international schools?
- How are international schools responding to the Double Alleviation Policy, which requires reducing academic and extracurricular burdens?
- Any parenting suggestions that could alleviate parents' anxiety about raising a child?
Recently, the issuance of the Double Alleviation Policy has aroused heated discussion from all walks of life.
In terms of this topic, Principal Christine Xu of Chaoyang Kaiwen Academy (CKWA), who has worked in the field of international education for more than 20 years, has also given her interpretation of the Double Alleviation Policy.
She believes that the topic of alleviating students' schoolwork burden and alleviating the burden of after-school training in the stage of compulsory education can be reduced to one question - that is, what kind of education should we pursue in the Double Alleviation era?
Principal Christine Xu believes that no matter whether there is a Double Alleviation policy or not, as educators, we should return to the essence of education, that is, we should cope with everything by sticking to the principle of education, which is taking the long view and slow pace.
Welcome to join AmCham China's event on November 9th, where we will have a dialogue with Ms. Xu Tao, the CKWA Executive Principal, and Mr. Andrew Leale, the International Principal, on the nature of international education under " the Double Alleviation Policy ".