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January 13, 2013
A teacher helps his student with a physics experiment at the Oxford International College in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
A teacher helps his student with a physics experiment at the Oxford International College in Changzhou...
A teacher helps his student with a physics experiment at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas for their children. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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