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China"s education development and policy, 1978-2008

Xiulan Zhang

China"s education development and policy, 1978-2008

by Xiulan Zhang

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education,
  • Education and state,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Zhang Xiulan
    SeriesSocial scientic studies in reform era China -- v. 9
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC94.C5 C4718 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24885617M
    ISBN 109789004188150
    LC Control Number2011022964

      Two implementation plans to modernize education in China were released by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the State Council on Febru The Plan sets the foundation for the proposed changes, while a separate Plan will see those strategies implemented up until The plans outline the government’s education policy to improve China.   In recent years, more and more literature has tried to explain the reason behind China's education inequality. Hannum () summarized the political change in China and drew a comparison between urban and rural areas from to , the main finding was children in rural are lack of education according to the children in urban. Qian and Smyth () adopted Gini coefficient .

    Following the policy of providing per-schooling education by the state, collective bodies, citizens and individuals and developing through multiple channels in various forms, pre-school education in China has made significant progress. In , there were , kindergartens with an enrollment of 46,, young children.   China’s twelfth five-year economic plan marks a shift in emphasis from high growth to the quality, balance and sustainability of that growth. In order to achieve success, the country must face.

    By the early 21st century, education in China had been divided into three categories - basic, higher and adult education, according to the China Education and Research Network. Basic education in China includes preschool education, between the ages of 3 and 6, followed by six years of primary education, and secondary education of another six years.   Given the economic and social development strategy of the Chinese Communist Party, it is clear that education will continue to be a key focus of public policy, but in the Chinese sense. There are two fundamental reasons. First, a comprehensive and effective education system is essential to the development of China’s human capital stock.


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China"s education development and policy, 1978-2008 by Xiulan Zhang Download PDF EPUB FB2

China’s Education Development and Policy, is translated from the original Chinese version and presents the current assessment of the changes to the educational system in China and how those changes have been perceived during the past thirty years.

This volume Chinas education development and policy the others in the SSRC series, provide western scholars with an accessible English language look at the state of current. Get this from a library. China's education development and policy, [Xiulan Zhang;] -- China's Education Development and Policy, is translated from the original Chinese version and presents the current assessment of the changes to the Chinas education development and policy system in China.

China - China - Educational and cultural policy changes: In education, the reformers gave top priority to training technical, scientific, and scholarly talent to world-class standards. This involved re-creating a highly selective and elitist system of higher education, with admission based on competitive academic examination.

Graduate study programs were introduced, and thousands of Chinese. Statistics of China, ), excluding graduate education institutions, China’s education system is not only immense but diverse. Education is state-run, with little involvement of private providers in the school sector, and increasingly decentralised.

County-level governments have primary responsibility of the governing and deliveryFile Size: 2MB. China has the largest education system in the world.

Ministry of Education estimates that above 99 percent of the school-age children have received universal nine-year basic education. Higher education in China has played an important role in the economic construction, science progress and social development.

China's Education Development and Policy, Leiden; Boston: Brill, Social Scientific Studies in Reform Era China, xix, pp. ISBN Google Books view on WorldCat Translations of articles by specialists in the PRC on policy making; early childhood education; basic education; special education; vocational.

Education in China is primarily managed by the state-run public education system, which falls under the command of the Ministry of citizens must attend school for a minimum of nine years, known as nine-year compulsory education, which is funded by the sory education includes six years of primary education, typically starting at the age of six and finishing at the.

China - China - Education: The educational system in China is a major vehicle for both inculcating values in and teaching needed skills to its people. Traditional Chinese culture attached great importance to education as a means of enhancing a person’s worth and career.

In the early s the Chinese communists worked hard to increase the country’s rate of literacy, an effort that won them.

Chapter Three Thirty Years of Special Education in China: Policy Construction of the Modern Special Education System In: China's Education Development and Policy, Authors: Zhao Xiaohong, Tang Min and Chen Jiao.

balanced development in education in China entails the bringing the state back in the education sector. Education Policy Prior to the Economic Reform After the Communist party took power in China ineducation was under strict government control.

The paramount principle of education policy in Mao’s China was political in nature and effect. Get this from a library.

China's education development and policy, [Xiulan Zhang;]. The book reflects on Chinese educational strategies at a time of rapid development of the market economy and the need to promote the modernization of education. It also considers how social reform and educational changes go hand in hand and discusses the right to education irrespective of gender, nationality, particularly examining the case of.

The Chinese higher education sector is an area subject to increasing attention from an international perspective. Written by authors centrally located within the education system in China, Development and Reform of Higher Education in China highlights not only the development of different aspects of higher education, but also the reform of the education system and its role in the educational.

The main argument of the book is that economic performance and growth depend crucially on the choice of development strategy. The China miracle is the result of China’s having chosen the right. DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA L.X. Zhang Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy Chinese Academy of Sciences ABSTRACT This chapter looks at the various reforms in China since the s and their impacts on agricultural and rural development.

Among other things, this chapter discusses the major. China Policy on Inclusive Education Yunying Chen China National Institute for Educational Research,Beijing ABSTRACT This paper presents a review of recent developments in special education in China .A major change was made by redefining special education as an integral part of compulsory education and by making the.

China Great progress in the field of early childhood education policy in China has been made in In the light of the National Plan for Medium and the Long-term Program for Education Reform. Great progress in the field of early childhood education policy in China has been made in In the light of the National Plan for Medium and the Long-term Program for Education Reform and Development, the Chinese government has made a series of efforts aimed at promoting the development of early childhood education.

The new policies include an increase in the 3-year early. Trend 4: Policy reform will drive for an industrialized and diversified education 18 Trend 5: Multi-models help foreign investment penetrate into China's education market 25 Trend 6: China's education industry needs to explore "going global" in the future 33 English translated version for reference only.

The post-Mao period has witnessed rapid social and economic transformation in all walks of Chinese life – much of it fuelled by, or reflected in, changes to the country’s education system.

This book analyses the development of that system since the abandonment of radical Maoism and the inauguration of ‘Reform and Opening’ in the late s. The principal focus is on formal education in. #Topic/education_educational_policy_&_reform_general; This book critically and comprehensively examines China’s welfare development amidst its rapid economic growth and increasing social tensions.

It covers the main policy areas from China’s inception of the open door policy in to the new administration of Jinping Xi and Keqiang Li, including. This was more than the years received by Chinese, and very close to the years received by Singaporeans; but economic development in the Philippines is far behind Singapore and China.