CPPCC member proposes better regulation on online education industry

It is necessary to ensure that the development and governance of the online education industry are operated by law and regulations, said Wu Bixia, a National Committee member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and a central committee member of China Association for Promoting Democracy (CAPD), on the 23rd.

It is necessary to ensure that the development and governance of the online education industry are operated by law and regulations, said Wu Bixia, a National Committee member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and a central committee member of China Association for Promoting Democracy (CAPD), on the 23rd.

In recent years, online education platforms have developed rapidly, forming a huge market. According to a report called “2018 China Online Education Industry White Paper”, China’s online education users will reach 296 million in 2020.

Wu said that the current online education industry is still in a stage of rapid development, while there are many problems that need to be solved urgently. For example, online education teachers are not always good enough, sometimes the quality of teaching is poor, and it is difficult to refund.

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