U.S. private schools recruit more students from East Asia

03/31/2010 | Washington Post, The

Private schools in the U.S. are recruiting more students from China and elsewhere in East Asia as a down economy takes its toll on U.S. applications. One school in the Washington, D.C., area added a Chinese language program to help expand the school's global reach, and many other schools provide intensive English language instruction or require students to pass English proficiency exams upon enrollment.

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