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Parents shell out big bucks for cram schools

Cram schools are packed with students who wanted to improve their academic performance and prepare for exams that determine their entry into the best middle schools.
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Education: key to the future

The summer holidays are over and it is back-to-school for all of Shanghai’s international students. Welcome back!
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A cute hands-on experience about life sciences

27 cub reporters from grade one to grade seven went on a study visit to Bayer China headquarters and a pet hospital to find out the secrets of allergy and animal healthcare.
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Dragon Award winner's strong start in SCIS

Carnie Lewis was a Dragon Renaissance winner for two years during her time at Shanghai Community International School. She took some time to share advice for entering university.
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Youngster who writes to inspire and help others

Thirteen-year-old student Zhang Zhouchen told Shanghai Daily recently how he had written two English novels and donated the sales to build two football fields in rural China.
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Shanghai students get creative with pioneering innovation programs in start-up competition

Several local university students have scooped top prizes in a recent start-up competition in the theme of Internet plus.
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Self-cleaning glass launches Fu on a shining path

Fu Yicheng, a machinery sophomore at the Sino-British College in the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, was voted as champion for invention of self-cleaning glass.
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Preparing for a green future

International schools in Shanghai have been working hard to prepare students for an environment-friendly world with a host of hands-on activities and groom them for a green future.
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Environment, opportunity, and passion

Graduates from the Class of 2017 share how Concordia has set them up for life success
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US university rankings are no guide, look deeper

US education experts told Chinese students and their parents not to rely on rankings when selecting universities at a recent forum in Shanghai.