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Published by Unesco in [Paris] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • China

Subjects:

  • Education -- China -- Bibliography.,
  • Educational change -- China -- Bibliography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Patricia Carter.
SeriesBibliography / International Institute for Educational Planning. Library ;, no. 13, Bibliography (IIEP Library) ;, no. 13.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ5815.C54 C37 1980, LA1131.82 C37 1980
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p. ;
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3858071M
LC Control Number81178005

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This book focuses on reform at the early childhood, primary and secondary levels, and is the companion book to China’s Higher Education Reform and Internationalisation, which covers reform . "In Education and Reform in China, leading scholars in the fields of education, sociology, demography, and economics investigate the evolution of educational access and attainment, educational quality, and the economic consequences of being educated in China. Education and Reform in China . This book examines educational development and reform in contemporary China and focuses on some of the major issues facing education in both rural and urban areas, across the spectrum of primary, secondary, higher, adult and vocational educational pathways. The book reflects on Chinese educational . The past decade has seen radical reform of all levels of China’s education system as it attempts to meet changing economic and social needs and aspirations: this has included transformation of university curricula, pedagogy and evaluation measures, rapidly increasing joint research and degree programmes between Chinese universities and universities abroad, and very large numbers of Chinese students studying at universities outside China.

  Educational reform in early twentieth-century China This edition published in by Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. 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 . The bibliography is on the web as “freeware” for use and copying by anybody, but it is not amended at the speed of light. It is a list of references, not always of recommendations. Students with research . This book focuses on reform at the early childhood, primary and secondary levels, and is the companion book to China’s Higher Education Reform and Internationalisation, which covers reform at the higher education level. Education Reform in China .

In , China's 'education revolution' was being hailed by foreign observers as an inspiration for all low-income countries. By , the Chinese themselves had disavowed the experience, declaring it .   The government will release the final reform strategy in summer , and its plans will be rolled out to China's , elementary and secondary schools, affecting the nation's million K students. Wang Dinghua is the deputy director general for the Basic Education Department in the People's Republic of China's Ministry of Education. The basic education curriculum in China has experienced several waves of changes since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in These changes usually followed major political and social .   The past decade has seen radical reform of all levels of China’s education system as it attempts to meet changing economic and social needs and aspirations: this has included transformation of university curricula, pedagogy and evaluation measures, rapidly increasing joint research and degree programmes between Chinese universities and universities abroad, and very large numbers of Chinese students studying at universities outside China.