Unhappy with the rigid teaching style of traditional schools and recent student abuse scandals, some tiger moms in China are keeping their kids at home.
According to a recent survey of 18,000 parents in mainland China who have expressed interest in homeschooling their children, some 2,000 of them have already started to give lessons at home.
Conducted by the 21st-Century Education Research Institute, a Beijing-based NGO, the survey data was collected via various online platforms, including the education channel of web portal Tencent.com and other forums dedicated to homeschooling....
I did read the entire article, it was an interesting read. --But-- homeschooling is illegal in China, except for those holding foreign passports, q.v., Homeschooling--People's Republic of China. Apparently in some areas of China pupils can fall through the cracks. You can also look up, homeschooling china on DuckDuckgo search site.
So, while Communist China would love to be draconian in this area of people's lives, they choose to put their law enforcement into other areas.