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Biography of Gu Mingyuan

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This chapter presents biography of Professor Gu Mingyuan. Professor Gu Mingyuan is the President of the Chinese Education Society, Senior Professor of Education, and Advisor for Doctoral Students. He graduated from the Department of Education, the National Lenin Teachers College of Moscow in the former Soviet Union in 1956. His research covers areas of international comparisons of education and educational theories. Prof. Gu has taken the lead in advancing Chinese educational philosophy and practice during the last thirty years. He has actively participated in research, writing and consulting work for the development of important national policies for Chinese education. Prof. Gu is a leader in the disciplinary building of education science in China. He is one of the pioneers who helped China open its doors for educational exchange with other countries. Prof. Gu has published extensively in comparative education and in other fields of educational science.

Keywords: Chinese Education Society; Gu Mingyuan



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