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Shi, Yu; Li, Qinglong; Wei, Yonggang; Xue, Weixia; Wang, Lu; Song, Haidan; Peng, Yanqi – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
An online survey of 1577 private kindergarten teachers was conducted during the pandemic, and their career situation and its influencing factors were described and analyzed. The results indicate that, although the private kindergarten teachers tended to cope positively with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, their concern for future development…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Kindergarten, Preschool Teachers
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Zhang, Beibei; Jiang, Yong; Zhou, Jie – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Taking the text of the "Draft of the Preschool Education Law of the People's Republic of China (Draft for Solicitation of Comments)" released in September 2020 as the object of research, this article took a content analysis method and used the text analysis software of the ROST CM6.0 content mining system to analyze the text's keywords,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preschool Education, Educational Legislation, Educational Resources
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Feng, Wanzhen; Sun, Hanyue – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
During the 14th Five-Year Plan, preschool education in China will move toward the objectives of quality and balance, and the kindergarten teacher workforce must be formed with sufficient quantity, high quality, and balanced distribution. At present, the scale of China's current kindergarten teacher workforce still does not meet the standards for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preschool Teachers, Kindergarten, Teacher Competencies
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Li, Lin; Sha, Li; Fang, Junjun; Xiong, Cancan – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Intergovernmental Relations are conventionally defined as important interactions between governmental units of all types and levels. In the process of universalization of rural preschool education, intergovernmental relations act as an increasingly significant role in facilitating the operating mechanism of vertical institutions at national,…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Rural Education, Educational Administration, Government Role
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Liu, Hao – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
There is a growing emphasis on accountability in the management of preschool education across the world. It has become common practice in many countries to evaluate kindergartens to monitor and ensure their quality. The Chinese government has been implementing the policy of evaluating kindergartens for 30 years. It mainly involves assessing…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Educational Practices, Kindergarten, Foreign Countries
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Christidis, Angela – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Recent studies indicate that the academic and social integration of overseas students in the destination country often plays a major role in their academic performance, employability outcomes and integration into the wider community. This study investigates these issues in more depth from the perspective of overseas Chinese in the Southwest UK,…
Descriptors: Social Integration, Student Adjustment, Foreign Students, Acculturation
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Fan, Fei; Liu, Xuanchen – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Parallel to the expansion in numbers of Chinese students studying abroad, an increasing number of international degree holders are attracted to develop their careers in Chinese universities. This study examines the recruitment policies of a Double First-Class Initiative Institution and their impact on overseas graduates who become early-career…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, College Graduates, Faculty Recruitment, Universities
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Liu, Dian – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
The growing female population in higher education is not only seen in enrollment growth in domestic institutions, but also in the increased presence and academic mobility of female international students. Over the past decades, many female students from China have done their post-graduate studies overseas, and many of them have attempted…
Descriptors: Student Experience, Females, Doctoral Students, Job Search Methods
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Pang, Bonnie; Perrone, Lisa; Wong, Jason – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Chinese international students represent a significant social, economic and cultural force in Australian society. Research has demonstrated that Chinese students enrich Australia not only through their economic contribution, but through soft diplomacy and cultural links. Despite this, and the recent rapid growth in the number of Chinese…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, Student Employment, College Students
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Zhong, Weici; Cheng, Ming – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Critical thinking is a key attribute for students in British higher education, but there has been little research on how Chinese students develop critical thinking during their studies at British universities. Based on interviews with sixteen Chinese students at a university in England, this paper reports their experiences of developing critical…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Student Experience, Foreign Students, Foreign Countries
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Zhu, Chang; Caliskan, Aysun – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Despite the reforms to improve the quality of China's higher education and to adopt certain Western leadership theories, the heroic leadership model is still dominant in Chinese higher education institutions. Therefore, employing educational leadership may be complex in traditional Chinese culture. Thus, this special issue brings four articles…
Descriptors: Leadership, Higher Education, Foreign Countries, Philosophy
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Cheng, Zhao; Zhu, Chang – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Universities in China have faced great challenges in the past decade, such as challenges driven by globalization and technological progress. This requires leaders to meet the challenge of change. Little has been written from the perspective of educational leadership in Chinese higher education institutions (HEIs). This study aims to explore…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Leadership, Capacity Building
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Liusheng, Liu; Wenlong, Song; Meng, Shi; Shijun, Cha – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
Chinese Xin Wen Ke construction innovation is the integration of philosophy and social science, scientific technology, and industry, with the combination of diverse academic subjects and concentrations. Through academic orientation, resources integration, and behavioral modeling, academic leadership of university teachers can be effectively…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Leadership, Foreign Countries, Educational Philosophy
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Jiang, Hongchi; Xue, Yujie – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
University governance is a core issue of higher education, and faculty plays a critical role. In a structured interview, 10 faculty members from a case university in central China elaborate on their university's governance structure and their own leadership in university governance. One distinctive feature revealed is that there are dual…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Leadership, Governance, Case Studies
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Bin, Peng; Zhu, Chang; Shi, Yongchuan; Ahn, Tae-Uk; Hu, Rui – Chinese Education & Society, 2021
To better specify the methods of teacher leaders in entrepreneurial education in Chinese higher education institutions, gender differences in entrepreneurial intentions were investigated to determine how these differences affect the allocation of limited resources and how these differences affect the institutions' meeting of students' needs. Based…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Entrepreneurship, Intention, Student Attitudes
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