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Education in Post-Mao China epub ebook

by Jing Lin

Education in Post-Mao China epub ebook

Author: Jing Lin
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (November 24, 1992)
Pages: 152 pages
ISBN: 0275942708
ISBN13: 978-0275942700
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Education in Post-Mao Ch. .has been added to your Cart. JING LIN is Assistant Professor at McGill University in Montreal.

Education in Post-Mao Ch. She is the author of The Red Guard's Path to Violence (Praeger, 1991), and taught for a number of years in China.

Jonathan Unger, Education under Mao: Class and Competition in Canton Schools, 1960-1980 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1982). Jing Lin, Education in Post-Mao China (Westport, Conn. Chinese Education . A journal of translations from Chinese sources. php?title History of education in China&oldid 891230953".

Education in Post-Mao China. Gemstone Peace Education Team (Jing Lin and the Gemstone Team). Peace Education Aimed at Children Everywhere in the World: An experimental project implementing a peace curriculum for fifth graders

Education in Post-Mao China. Peace Education Aimed at Children Everywhere in the World: An experimental project implementing a peace curriculum for fifth graders. In Lin, . Brantmeier, . & Bruhn, C. (Ed., Transforming Education for Peace. by. Lin, Jing, 1962-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Education and state, Politics and education, Educational change. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by elancey on May 22, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Education in Post-Mao China book. A rare insider's view of educational development and problems. Finally, Lin reflects on the massive student movement that arose in the spring of 1989 and delineates the social, economic, and political changes that sparked it. Policies and practices of bilingual education for the minorities in China. J Lin. Journal of multilingual and multicultural development 18 (3), 193-205, 1997. Praeger, 1993. Portraits of 21st Century Chinese Universities:: In the Move to Mass Higher Education. R Hayhoe, J Li, J Lin, Q Zha. Springer Science & Business Media, 2012.

Post-Mao China has experienced two major

Education and society in post-Mao China, by Edward Vickers and Zeng Xiaodong, London and New York, Routledge, 2017, xii + 395pp. higher education and societal changes in post-Mao China and interrogates issues arising and. the implications for the Chinese nation. It has been a great pleasure for me as a scholar from. Post-Mao China has experienced two major. phases: one is the ‘Reform and Opening’ era under Deng Xiaoping from the late 1970s to 1997. and the other the post-1997 period to the present day with President Xi Jinping in power.

Introduction: Education, development and social change in post-Mao China – framing the debate. Comparative and historical perspectives on education and development in contemporary China. The politics of education in Post-Mao China: An overview. Early childhood education and care. The funding and administration of basic education.

(1993), Education in Post-Mao China. Authors and Affiliations. Cite this chapter as: Lin J. (2004) Democratization and Education in China. (1991), The Red Guards’ Path to Violence: Political, Economic and Educational Factors. Lin, J. and R. Heidi (1998) ‘Potential and Problems of Diversity in China’s Educational System’, McGill Journal ofEducation, 33(1): 31–49. In: Lele . Quadir F. (eds) Democracy and Civil Society in Asia: Volume 2. International Political Economy Series. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

The book begins with a discussion of the historical and comparative context for evaluating China’s educational ‘achievements’, followed by an extensive discussion of the key transitions in education policymaking during the ‘Reform and Opening’ period. This informs the subsequent examination of changes affecting the different phases of education from preschool to tertiary level.

A rare insider's view of educational development and problems in China since economic reform began in 1978, this volume critically examines the issue of political socialization through curriculum and compares the curriculum used during the Cultural Revolution with that compiled and used throughout China in 1988. Also explored are problems with student dropouts and teacher motivation in rural education and government-supported nonformal education; the tracking system and vocational education development in urban schools; problems that came about with economic and political reform; and the issue of inequality existing between and within rural and urban schools.

Turning to recent decentralization efforts in school administration, Jing Lin analyzes evidence suggesting that educational policy is politically controlled. Additionally, the development of educational research in the 1980s and 1990s constitutes the topic of one chapter, based on hundreds of published books and papers. Finally, Lin reflects on the massive student movement that arose in the spring of 1989 and delineates the social, economic, and political changes that sparked it. This final section treats these educational changes as an interconnected whole that underlay the movement and gave it such distinctive characteristics as nonviolence and a rational, constructive outlook.

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