The Omnipresence of Support Classes for Children’s School Success in Asia
What about Asian school support ? Could it be that it is the most developed in the world after all?
Each school establishment has an image that affects its students.
About two-thirds of secondary school students receive individual classes that are institutionalized. The last third rarely escapes from late afternoon group classes!
This phenomenon can be observed in the same way in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and some cities in China.
The other “dragons of the Pacific” are part of all successful educational systems.
South Korea breaks all records in PISA surveys, while Singapore’s primary school mathematics teaching method is all the rage across the globe.
Even in the poorest countries on the continent, such as the Philippines, Cambodia or Indonesia, school support is ubiquitous, partly thanks to entrance examinations to international organizations. The Omnipresence of Support Classes for Children’s School Success in Asia