US district announces plan to attract Chinese students

12/5/2011 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Ed Brand, superintendent of Sweetwater Union High School District in California, recently discussed with officials in China's Guangdong Province the idea of bringing high-school and middle-school students to the US. About 300 to 400 Chinese students would enrol in the "school within a school". The district would charge Chinese students £5,761 or more in fees to pay for the programme.

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