South Korean cram schools are adopted in US

07/5/2009 | Washington Post, The

Facilities similar to South Korea's cram schools, which prepare students for higher education, are opening in the US in areas with large numbers of Korean immigrants. The schools follow a gentler version of South Korea's rigorous standards, which adhere to the saying, "If you sleep three hours, you succeed; if you sleep four hours, you fail," according to a former school director in South Korea, who now heads a cram school in the US.

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