Homeschooling and non-traditional schooling are becoming more popular in China:
According to the survey, among Chinese parents who choose to teach their kids at home, over half (54%) of them do so because they object to the teaching philosophy of traditional schools, which tends to be fairly rigid in nature. Others who choose to homeschool their kids think that in ordinary classrooms, the pace of lessons is too slow (10%) and that kids are not fully respected?7%). Another 7% said their kids were simply sick of traditional school life.
Still another 6% of parents, including a number of Christians, said they chose homeschooling for religious reasons, according to the survey.