Chinese development through their educational system and policies

Chinese development through their educational system and policies

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 Statement of Problem

According to the study it reviewed that students in the system very difficult because the system has a lot of subject in the primary and secondary schools and students has to study very hard before they can go to a better college and for many students they see it as a stress.

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 Scope of the Study

This project will attempt to study the Chinese education system, its establishment and development features of the schooling system, and efforts made by the government to eradicate illiteracy in China. The scope of the study is from 1949 to the present day.

1.5 Research Questions

In the course of this study there are important questions on which this research work will be based. The research questions include:

  1. What are the major Chinese educational policies?
  2. What are the features of educational system?
  3. What are the values or benefits of the educational system and policy?
  4. How did the educational system and policies emerge?
  5. What are the government efforts in improving the education system

According to Andreas Schleicher (2012), China’s results in international education test which have never been published are remarkable”. These test (Pisa Tests) held every three years by the organization for economic co-operation and development measure pupils’ skill in reading numeracy and science. The findings indicate that China has an education system that is overtaking many western countries. While there has been intense interest in China’s economic and political development, this provides the most significant insight into how it is teaching the next generation.

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The Pisa 2009 tests showed that Shanghai was top of the education rankings. But it was unclear whether Shanghai and another char-topper Hong Kong were unrepresentative regional showcases. Schleicher says the unpublished result reveal that pupil in other parts of China are also performing strong. Even in rural areas and in disadvantages environments you see a remarkable impart. In particular he said that the “reliance” of pupils’ to succeed despite tough backgrounds and high-levels of inequality between rich and poor pupils.

In China the idea is so deeply rooted that education is the key to mobility and success. The results for disadvantaged pupils would be the envy of any western country he says.

Chinese education system reveal a picture of a society investing individually and collectively in education on a recent trip to a poor province in China Schleicher says he saw that schools were often the most impressive building. In the west it is more likely to be a shopping centre. You get an image of a society that is investing in His future rather than current consumption.

There were also major cultural differences when teenagers’ mere asked about why people succeeded at school:

“North American tell you typically it’s all luck. I’m born talented in Mathematics or I’m born less talented so I will study something else.” “In Europe it’s all about social heritage, “my father was a plumber so I’m going to be plumber. “In China more than nine out of ten children tell you it depends on the effort I invest and I can succeed if study hard.

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