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Introduction Establishing a New Policy-Making Mechanism and Actualizing the Transformation of the Policy-Making Models: Reflections on How to Build a Modern People-Oriented National Education System

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The new policy-making mechanism discussed in this chapter refers to the policy-making mechanism that enables educational policies to respond appropriately to national strategies. The transformation of policy-making models refers to a shift from an experience-based policymaking model to a modern, scientific, and democratic policy-making model. The author chooses the perspective of educational equality to analyze the development of educational policies over the past thirty years. The principle of people orientation discussed here is different from the Confucian people-oriented thought that argued that people were more important than the emperor. The chapter evaluates the role of educational policies in promoting educational inequality. It concludes by offering suggestions on how to build a just education system.

Keywords:educational policies; new policy-making mechanism; people-oriented national education system



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