Resources on Education
Partnering with Chinese Families to Educate Students in Christian U.S. High Schools
Vol. 16, No. 2
Random Gleanings about Education in China
Last week I had the privilege of attending a consultation on education in China, co-hosted by ChinaSource. Below are some random gleanings from a day of note-taking:
Chinese Education: From Hallowed to Hollow
For the fourth straight year in row, the number of college hopefuls taking the national university entrance exam, or gaokao, has dropped. Analysts trace the decline to a corresponding drop in the number of children born at the beginning of the last decade due to China's one-child policy. However, the decrease...
Teacher Education in China
A White Paper
A white paper entitled "Teacher Education in China: A Context Study" is available.
"Foreign Teachers" in China
"Foreign teachers" impact students in China in many ways. There are also challenges to be met
Private schools are a new phenomenon in a country where the government has long assumed exclusive control for education. Today, though, private schools are flourishing.
The Marketization of China’s Education
Major shifts are ocurring in the Chinese education system. What are those changes and how are they affecting students and families?
Ministry of Education Goals for 2001
What goals does the Ministry of Education have for 2001?
Getting Out of the Mud
As China’s rapidly changing market reform enters the 21st century, China’s educational reform, in contrast, seems to experience little change. Nevertheless, changes in education are occurring. While these changes have not caught the attention of many people, nonetheless, their meaning is more far reaching than most realize.