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Education policy and reform in China / Guangli Zhou and Xiang Zhou
Bib ID 8058240
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Zhou, Guangli, 1970- author
Online Access
Description Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019] 
1 online resource. 
ISBN 9789811364921 ((electronic bk.))
9811364923 ((electronic bk.))
Invalid ISBN 9789811364914
Full contents
  • Intro; Contents; List of Charts; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction: Social Change and Education Reform; 1.1 Historical Orientation: Education Reform Gets into Deep Water; 1.1.1 The "Chinese Model" of Educational Development; 1.1.2 Education Reform Gets into Deep-Water Area; 1.2 Policy Trend: Build a Fair and Just Society through Education; 1.2.1 Guiding Ideology: Develop Education to the Satisfaction of the People; 1.2.2 Reform Goal: Quality and Equality; 1.2.3 Path of Reform: Comprehensive Reform; 1.2.4 Reform Focus: Elimination of "Four Harmful Trends"
  • Part I: Social Change and Improvement of the Education SystemChapter 2: Efforts to Develop Preschool Education; 2.1 The Current Situation of the Development of Preschool Education in China; 2.2 Analysis of Problems in the Development of Preschool Education in China; 2.2.1 Relative Inadequacy of Financial and Economic Investment and Unbalanced Allocation of Resources; 2.2.2 Administration: Authorities for the Approval of Preschool Education Are Not Concentrated and Their Personnel Quality Needs to Be Improved; 2.2.3 Teachers: Insufficient Numbers, Poor Quality and Weak Career Identity
  • 2.3 Preschool Education Development Direction2.3.1 Increase Financial Investment and Reform the Financial System of Preschool Education; 2.3.2 Reform the Administrative System and Change Government Functions; 2.3.3 Improve Teachers' Professional Quality and Protect Their Rights and Interests; 2.3.4 Change the Inappropriate Trend of Kindergarten Being Approached in the Same Way as Primary School; Chapter 3: Balanced Development of Compulsory Education; 3.1 Balanced Development: A New Goal for Compulsory Education
  • 3.2 Basic Principles and System for the Balanced Development of Compulsory Education3.3 Analysis of the Current Situation of Imbalance in Compulsory Education; 3.4 Measures: Features of Constructing a Compulsory Education Equalization Index System; 3.4.1 The System Is Based on Respecting the Actual Development Conditions of All Provinces; 3.4.2 The Evaluation Standard Is Flexible and All Provinces Must Realize the Diversified Development Paths Under the Unified Deployment of the Central Government
  • 3.4.3 The Evaluation Targets Are Adjusted Dynamically and the Periodic Targets Have Gradually Become Clear3.4.4 Concepts Lead the Forefront and Integrate the Latest Evaluation Concept; Chapter 4: Guaranteeing Migrant Children's Right to an Education; 4.1 Urbanization and Migrant Children's Education; 4.2 Cause Analysis; 4.3 The Real Predicament of Migrant Children's Education; 4.4 Solutions; Chapter 5: The Establishment of a Modern Vocational Education System; 5.1 Planned Industrialization: The Integration of Vocational Education with General Education

Includes bibliographical references.

Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed May 14, 2019).

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Education and state -- China.  |  Educational change -- China.
Other authors/contributors Zhou, Xiang, author  |  EBSCOhost


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