Dallas Chinese School

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  • 715 N Central Expy

    Richardson, TX 75080

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  • 972-907-8887

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We tried this place for our middle school child because it is near our home. That was a mistake! This bulk student processing plant preys on the collective academic anxiety of Asian parents, and is geared entirely towards tests scores. Their primary objective is profit. The secondary objective is rote learning. If your child does not fit neatly into their rigid textbook-driven classes, there is nothing here for you. The Chinese name of this business is "School for the Talented and Gifted". In fact they will accept anyone who is alive, breathing and pays tuition. Class size varies from 10 to over 40; all crowded into a classroom with no upper limit. If you mention "individual attention", the proprietor's wife gives you the most horrid look of disdain. The proprietor, who is also the math teacher, likes to admonish the students and their parents with an air of grandiosity, designed to make you feel that you should not complain about his business. Neither of them is receptive to feedback. If your child does not fit in his class for whatever reason, he gives you a lecture on how your child needs to work hard enough or is not 'humble' enough. There is absolutely no attempt to understand where each student stands, or where or how each student would benefit most form his classes. Here's my advice to parents who want academic enrichment for their children: Stay with non-profit operations; there are many in the city. Do not go near this type of for-profit businesses, because "education" is their excuse, not their true goal. They do not hold the best interest of your children at heart.

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We tried this place for our middle school child because it is near our home. That was a mistake! This bulk student processing plant preys on the collective academic anxiety of Asian parents, and is geared entirely towards tests scores. Their primary objective is profit. The secondary objective is rote learning. If your child does not fit neatly into their rigid textbook-driven classes, there is nothing here for you. The Chinese name of this business is "School for the Talented and Gifted". In fact they will accept anyone who is alive, breathing and pays tuition. Class size varies from 10 to over 40; all crowded into a classroom with no upper limit. If you mention "individual attention", the proprietor's wife gives you the most horrid look of disdain. The proprietor, who is also the math teacher, likes to admonish the students and their parents with an air of grandiosity, designed to make you feel that you should not complain about his business. Neither of them is receptive to feedback. If your child does not fit in his class for whatever reason, he gives you a lecture on how your child needs to work hard enough or is not 'humble' enough. There is absolutely no attempt to understand where each student stands, or where or how each student would benefit most form his classes. Here's my advice to parents who want academic enrichment for their children: Stay with non-profit operations; there are many in the city. Do not go near this type of for-profit businesses, because "education" is their excuse, not their true goal. They do not hold the best interest of your children at heart.

 

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