A Lesson in Chutzpah: Why Israeli Education Is Growing in China

A year after a regulatory storm hit China’s educational sector, some Chinese parents are thinking outside the box and looking to acquire the ‘secrets of Jewish success’ for their children

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Jiang Hanwei had been teaching physics at a local country high school in eastern China’s Anhui Province for more than 10 years when she first learned about the virtues of “Jewish education.”

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