China News Service, Shenzhen, January 24 (Zheng Xiaohong, Zhu Clan) The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area International Smart Education Incubator opened on the 23rd in Shenzhen Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Youth Dream Workshop, and 12 education projects entered the park.

  The park is the first internationalized, professional, and empowered education industry ecological space in the Greater Bay Area. It was jointly initiated by the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Education Development Association and the Zhongying Investment Fund to provide entrepreneurship, resource docking, and Services such as business display, supply chain, investment and financing, and through connection, empowerment and investment in quality education, education technology and international education projects, gather together educational ecological industry clusters based in Qianhai, facing the Bay Area, and radiating the mainland.

  Hong Yongjie, the head of the operation of the international smart education incubator in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, said that the incubator focuses on the education industry and focuses on international education and educational technology.

Hong Yongjie said: "The projects that enter the incubator can transform each other's educational achievements. For example, the Junior Business School can connect courses with parents through the International School Parent Alliance."

  The Shenzhen Juvenile Police Call Project that is stationed this time focuses on the comprehensive quality of young people and conducts legal and moral education courses.

Zhang Shuhao, deputy director of Shenzhen Juvenile Police Information, said: "The incubator can bring together different types of educational content, so that the projects we are stationed in can also integrate some courses with each other, so that young people have a more sound development in comprehensive quality education ."

  The event also held a signing ceremony with Laijue International School, Kaisa Education Group and other cooperative institutions and a licensing ceremony for new members.