China’s top planning authority NDRC plans to regulate prices for private tutoring. The NDRC announced on Monday that in the future it will take a closer look at the price range for private tutoring and the operating costs of the providers, as well as at salaries of employed teachers. According to the statement issued by the NDRC, the commission wants to set a reference framework for fee standards to ensure tutoring prices become more affordable for parents. The NDRC also wants to ensure that the salaries of tutors no longer exceed those of public schools, for example.
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