ERIC Number: ED308125
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Education in the Republic of China.
Ministry of Education, Taipei (Taiwan).
This document describes in detail the history and structure of the Republic of China's educational system. Section 1 includes charts detailing school density and changes in school population since 1950. Section 2 addresses the aim of education and its legal background. Section 3 presents a synopsis of current school regulations at all levels. Section 4 describes the educational administrative system and functions, including an organizational chart. Section 5 illustrates the organization of educational administrative agencies. Section 6 examines the organization of a public university, a high school, and an elementary school. Section 7 summarizes school patterns, listing qualifications of admission, periods of study, and conditions of graduation. Section 8 surveys educational expenditures. Section 9 outlines teacher qualifications. Section 10 addresses teacher remuneration. Section 11 discusses in-service training and advanced study for teachers. Section 12 covers welfare provisions for teachers. Section 13 deals with curriculum, teaching materials, and equipment. Section 14 describes the current condition of schools. Section 15 presents detailed charts about students and population. Section 16 outlines the categories of vocational, university, college, and junior college students. Section 17 discusses social education. Section 18 describes youth recreational activities. Section 19 examines the international cultural interflow--students studying in Taiwan and Taiwanese students studying abroad. Section 20 briefly summarizes Taiwan's educational aims. Numerous graphs and charts are used to present data. (GEA)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ministry of Education, Taipei (Taiwan).
Identifiers - Location: Taiwan