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Guangcai, Yan – Chinese Education and Society, 2011
Looking at the rise of world-class universities through history, creating an institutional environment in which universities are relatively autonomous, while also ensuring effective material support from the government is essential for the formation of world-class universities. It is worth examining the deteriorating academic environment in China…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Foreign Countries, Educational Improvement, Higher Education
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Shengluo, Chen – Chinese Education and Society, 2011
Through surveys of students at Beijing University, Qinghua University, and other institutions, this article finds that today, twenty years after the political disturbance in 1989 and despite the long-term and unremitting efforts made by the Chinese government, China's college students still take a better view of the U.S. political system than they…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Politics
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Jing, Xiao – Chinese Education and Society, 2007
Academic corruption is a hot issue in today's society. "Academic corruption" means that certain individuals in academic circles, driven by the desire for personal gain, resort to various kinds of nonnormative and unethical behavior in academic research activities. These include: academic self-piracy, academic piracy, copying and…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Researchers, Faculty Publishing, Ethics
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Meng, Deng; Zhiyong, Zhu – Chinese Education and Society, 2007
This paper analyzes the definition of "learning in a regular classroom" (LRC), makes a comparison between LRC and inclusive education, and subsequently conducts an exploration into the nature of LRC. The conclusion is that LRC is a pragmatic model of inclusion that has evolved out of a compromise between the Western concept of inclusion…
Descriptors: Inclusive Schools, Mainstreaming, Foreign Countries, Comparative Analysis
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Yang, Gan – Chinese Education and Society, 2005
After Beijing University produced the first and second drafts (subsequent discussions are based on the second draft) of the "Beijing University Teachers' Engagements and Promotions System Reform Plan," which aroused sharp debates, Zhongshan University stated that the standing committee of its university party committee had examined and…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Change Strategies, Higher Education, Foreign Countries