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BUSAN, South Korea -- A new study shows that 70.2 percent of Busan students receive some form of private education. Kim Seok-joon, a professor at Busan National University and co-representative at the Busan Education Forum, revealed these numbers from a survey of seven-hundred-fifty school parents in Busan. 

According to the report, 86 percent of elementary school students, 79.5 percent of middle school students, 58.6 percent of ordinary high school students and 29.8 percent of specialized vocational high school students take private lessons. 

The higher income and education level of the parents, the more likely children are to receive lessons. On average students take two kinds of private lessons. The average cost of private education per student is 400,000 won per month. 

The survey was conducted November 15th through the 21st. 

Nearly Three-Quarters of Area Students Receive Private Education


BUSAN, South Korea — A new study shows that 70.2 percent of Busan students receive some form of private education. Kim Seok-joon, a professor at Busan National University and co-representative at the Busan Education Forum, revealed these numbers from a survey of seven-hundred-fifty school parents in Busan. 

According to the report, 86 percent of elementary school students, 79.5 percent of middle school students, 58.6 percent of ordinary high school students and 29.8 percent of specialized vocational high school students take private lessons. 

The higher income and education level of the parents, the more likely children are to receive lessons. On average students take two kinds of private lessons. The average cost of private education per student is 400,000 won per month. 

The survey was conducted November 15th through the 21st. 

Source: Busan eFM News


 

 

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