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New campus of CAA welcomes first students - Education in China
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New campus of CAA welcomes first students

Liangzhu campus, the fourth campus of CAA, rolled out the welcome mat for 1,600 students on September 5.
Kids' lab exposes children to chemistry's important role - Education in China
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Kids' lab exposes children to chemistry's important role

The annual BASF Kids' Lab took place on July 7 at the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, helping children explore the wonders of chemistry in daily life.
The Global Search for Education: Producer and Creator of Apples and Oranges Discuss Teaching Acceptance in a Polarized World - Education in China
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The Global Search for Education: Producer and Creator of Apples and Oranges Discuss Teaching Acceptance in a Polarized World

Apples and Oranges, a film on overcoming differences for children and winner of India's Best Educational Film, can be screened on the Planet Classroom Network YouTube Channel.

News reading helps to motivate kids to be a good global citizen - Education in China
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News reading helps to motivate kids to be a good global citizen

The YIYU Reading Center has launched multiple activities for students to broaden their minds, as reading is a lifelong habit.
Both excitement and challenges lying ahead - Education in China
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Both excitement and challenges lying ahead

It is graduation season again. It is a time to look forward with excitement – and a few nerves – to the next step in life.
Special ed students communicate through art - Education in China
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Special ed students communicate through art

An art exhibition is running at Greywalls Art Space in Jing'an District, with the purpose of enhancing communication between common people and a group of special artists.
It's vital to teach kids wellbeing early on - Education in China
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It's vital to teach kids wellbeing early on

Shanghai Daily talked with Michael Orchard, head of Year 1 at Wellington College International Shanghai, about how to deal with younger children.
The young 'chicks' who have no time to kill - Education in China
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The young 'chicks' who have no time to kill

Every parent wants kids to succeed, but some are going to new extremes to make that happen. How much do smother hens stifle childhood development?
STEAM education to build a future for children - Education in China
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STEAM education to build a future for children

STEAM is a useful and innovative tool in broadening students' learning experience for an ever-changing and uncertain world.
Why families keep choosing YCIS Shanghai - Education in China
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Why families keep choosing YCIS Shanghai

YCIS Shanghai provides world-class educational experiences for children across the city.
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