Private Cram Schools Suffer Slump on Government Measures
The number of private cram schools or hagwon in Seoul is falling after a series of government steps to cut the cost of private tutoring. Adding to their woes is the prolonged sluggish economy.
According to the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education, the capital has about 28,000 private education institutes for primary and secondary school students, registered with the office, this year.
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