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Ding, Yi; Yang, Ling-Yan; Xiao, Fei; Van Dyke, Don C. – Journal of the International Association of Special Education, 2008
When William Moore, a Scottish Presbyterian pastor, established the first special school in China in 1874, the country began her long and circuitous journey toward establishing formal educational services for individuals with special needs. Special education in China developed slowly on the infertile soil of continual wars, political instability,…
Descriptors: Psychological Services, Special Schools, Rural Urban Differences, Foreign Countries
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Hung, Fan-sing – Compare: A Journal of Comparative Education, 2008
This paper compares the returns to education in transitional economies in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), such as Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Slovak Republic and the Ukraine in the 1990s, and in China in the 1980s and 1990s. In the pre-transition period, the returns to education in the six CEE countries were low at about 2-4%,…
Descriptors: Free Enterprise System, Foreign Countries, Educational Attainment, Outcomes of Education
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Feng, Li – Frontiers of Education in China, 2007
Developing a professional ethics is crucial towards amassing the ranks of high-quality teachers, which contributes to the improvement of national education. This study bases its analysis on the survey of humanistic qualities of Chinese citizens. 3348 teachers at three different levels from 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Moral Values, Ethics, Teacher Behavior
Wang, Zhenmin – International Education Journal, 2007
The discussion in this paper is based on the assumption that international education is equated to recruiting and educating international students, even though its true concept goes far beyond this narrow understanding. The purpose of this research is to look at the key factors that influence recruiting young Chinese students, and make sure all…
Descriptors: International Education, Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Student Recruitment
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Pan, Su-Yan; Law, Wing-Wah – Education and the Law, 2006
This article explores the role of law in shaping the growth of private education, as a part of educational reforms in response to social change in the People's Republic of China (PRC) after the 1980s. This paper argues that law acts as a new social game rule, one used by the state to govern, regulate and promote new relations and interactions…
Descriptors: Private Education, Social Change, Educational Change, Government Role
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Xiaoman, Zhu – Frontiers of Education in China, 2006
In the new curriculum reform in China, moral education and values education have been defined from the angles of the integrity and conformity of curriculum functions. Accordingly, a new education concept based on complete/integral curriculum functions is established. By discussing the essences of the curriculum, the basis of moral and values…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Integrated Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Secondary Schools
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