I recently had a conversation with a graduate of Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. Parents of all cultures might want to consider his comment. He studied Chinese attitudes and approaches to academics, and heard many first-hand experiences from Asian classmates. “I thank my lucky stars I only had to deal with a U.S. education,” he said. “I’d never have made it in China.

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