Decelerating primary and secondary school closures in South Korea
possible lessons from international student recruitment in higher education
This study argues that international student recruitment can decelerate school closures in Korea’s primary and secondary schools. The study analyzes government policies and initiatives for international student recruitment in the higher education sector and identifies key success factors. The findings suggest that these strategies can be incorporated into the primary and secondary education sector to alleviate school closures derived from the country’s negative population growth and to address the decline in domestic student enrolment. The research offers policy recommendations for primary and secondary schools to promote international student recruitment and highlights the importance of the issue in light of the demographic challenges facing Korean educators.
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