Welcoming Autistic Kids In China

From Ni Dandan at Sixth Tome:

Duan, who was diagnosed with a mild form of autism spectrum disorder at 2 years old, is now in his second year at Dongguan Yulan Experimental Kindergarten, known locally as “Yulan.”

The public preschool is the only facility in the southern Chinese city that offers so-called integrated education — a model that has preschoolers without special needs learn, play, and socialize alongside those receiving support for certain conditions.
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Top 100 Schools in China

The process:

The Hurun Education Top International Schools in China is based on a peer to peer review. Between July and December 2018, Hurun Education surveyed 330 experts from international education in China, up three-fold from last year.

Hurun Education asked them, in an unprompted question, to recommend up to five schools from each of ‘Greater Shanghai’ (Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang), ‘Greater Beijing’ (Beijing and Tianjin), Guangdong and ‘Rest of China’ that provides – in their opinion – a good all-round education.

Hurun Education received 1372 votes in total, an average of 4.2 votes from each respondent. Half were school principals and senior teachers with the other half investors, overseas study agents, training institutions and government education departments.

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