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Present educational tendencies in China

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Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1917.

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Pagination31 pages
Number of Pages31
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Open LibraryOL25916388M
OCLC/WorldCa8191986


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This book considers a wide range of key developments and key areas of debate in China’s education system. Marketization, quality assurance, and issues of inequality and gender are all discussed, as are expansion in the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors, the impact of globalization, and the influence of education on China’s economic growth.

A group of 38 leading and emerging scholars from mainland China, Hong Kong, the United States, and Canada provided comprehensive reviews or empirical data to address a variety of core issues and key challenges in many important areas of formal and informal education in China from historical, social, cultural and global perspectives.

Book Description: Education in China, a Berkshire Essential, provides unique coverage about learning at all levels. China has the largest higher-education system in the world, and the Chinese are known worldwide as top students and scholars. ( to the present). Educational technology was established as a discipline in China forty years.

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