For example, Beijing already has a “multi-school slashing” policy, and the slogan “rental and sales” is also increasingly mentioned in large and medium cities. A famous school in Shenzhen even tried to introduce a policy of “restricting admission to school under 50 square meters”. The worst thing is Suzhou. In some areas, the degree policy has become "one year in a single year" and has become "one in nine years", directly locking the mobility of school districts.
In the past two years, the price of the school district has caused complaints from the people, leading to the introduction of various government reform measures. The policy variables of the school districts are increasing. The past investment logic has not been applied.
For example, yesterday's State Council reform document, the core idea is to reduce the burden on students, so that the distribution of good, middle and poor students is more balanced, so that the gap between the school of cattle and the school of slag is reduced. This is not a positive signal for the school district.
Of course, a brand-new policy has been implemented everywhere. Because of the different historical circumstances, the short-term impact on the school district is different. This requires waiting for more rules to be issued and specific city specific assessments.
Take Shanghai as an example. In the past, private schools were even more top-notch. If the New Deal deprived private schools of the merits of admission, it might also lead to some families targeting private schools, and immediately turned to the school district. However, if the difference between the school of cattle and the school of slag is not significant, the premium of the school district will naturally shrink.
All in all, in front of the policy uncertainty of the school district, for those who want to invest or "get in the car ahead", the broad sister advises everyone to think about the risks of this game.
What's more, the expensive school districts are not guaranteed to go to Tsinghua. The quality of education is not linked to the price of school districts.
Take Suzhou as an example. Suzhou is based on good economy, high per capita income, and high overall housing prices. Therefore, under the resources of parents in the same area, the price of school districts is higher. But correspondingly, from the results of the college entrance examination, the quality of education in Suzhou was crushed by Nantong and other places with much lower housing prices.xx