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The proportion of Chinese students in one school is 10%, and that of international students in the whole school is 30%.
Is that too much?
Big 0 reply 10 answers Teacher Peng Experts studying abroad In better boarding schools, the proportion of Chinese children (mainland) should be less than 5%.
There will be some in Hong Kong and Taiwan, followed by Chinese people of other nationalities.
So that's a little bit more than 10% if it's just a mainland kid, for example.
Therefore, we should consider other indicators comprehensively.
Don't just look at the proportion of international students.
Mr.
Jiang Experts studying abroad Chinese parents want their children to attend schools with fewer Chinese students and to give them a relatively pure American educational environment.
But in recent years, with the influx of Chinese elementary students into the United States, especially the younger age of studying abroad, the proportion of Chinese students in many private junior high schools in the United States has exceeded 10%, or even reached 12-15%, and some schools are estimated to be close to 20%.
Especially in the eastern and Western schools, it is almost impossible to find a school with a low proportion of Chinese students, and 10% of Chinese students abroad are fairly gooD.Once when I saw a famous private high school enrolled in summer school, there were more than 100 Chinese students in a total of 600 international students.
The local teachers said that there were too many Chinese students going to summer school and junior high school in the United States.
There were many schools in which the basic proportion was between 8% and 15%.
If we want to find a school with a small proportion of Chinese students, we should only consider the remote areas of the MidweSt.School.
So if you are a good school in the West or east, the proportion of Chinese students is not too high.
Of course, this ratio is only a reference figure.
Should we also look at whether the management of international students in schools is standardized, systematic, in place and detailed?
What is the overall performance of Chinese students in school, the atmosphere of getting along with them, the future trend of graduation, and so on?
These are the more important considerations.
Personal comments, for reference only.
American high school Expert 5 Experts studying abroad It is acceptable.
The composition of international students can be examined in more detail.
Whether it is available in Asia or in the world.
Mr.
Zhao Experts studying abroad It depends on the specific situation.
Many good schools have artificially controlled the number of students from the same country, especially in mainland ChinA.But as long as the school is good, the proportion is acceptable.
It's not that the lower the proportion, the better.
At present, less than 1% of the Chinese students in high and middle schools in my school are very lonely and pitiful.
Sun teacher Experts studying abroad Thirty percent of international students are also considered acceptable.
However, we should not only look at this percentage, but also at the grade distribution of Chinese students and the school's enrollment plan for the next few years.
If at present Chinese students are concentrated in a certain grade, the number of Chinese students will be greatly reduced after graduation.
The school enrollment plan deserves more attention, which directly affects the enrollment of Chinese students in the coming years.
The above can only be used as one of the reference values for school selection.
Please take other factors into consideration.
American high school Expert 2 Experts studying abroad I don't think so.
At present, Chinese students are the largest group of international students in all American high schools, and 30% of the international students in this school are normal.
Teacher Zhou Experts studying abroad Some boarding schools go global.
International schools in the real sense.
Students come from Europe, South America and AfricA.It is the parents'own decision that such schools are suitable for their children.
American high school Expert 1 Experts studying abroad This critical data needs to analyze the development trend of schools in recent years.
If you feel that the growth of Chinese students is too fast, then it is too much.
Teacher Huang Experts studying abroad According to experience, most parents of 10% of Chinese students will find it acceptable.
Teacher Ma Experts studying abroad Acceptable.
Some people think that the language environment of schools with more Chinese students is not gooD.In fact, the key is whether the children have the courage to break through themselves and integrate into the local atmosphere of American schools.
If they can, they need not care about more Chinese students.
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