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General Report Reform of Education in China Stepping Forward with a Solid Pace and Going a Long Way

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This chapter presents a general report on reform of education in China. With the optimized environment of education reform and development, governments at all levels give priority to the development of education, for a new step forward in the promotion of education equity, rural education and balanced development of compulsory education. Focusing on the improvement of quality, China continues to strengthen the support to key construction projects in higher education. In particular, China sets up the "Plan 2011", which focuses on collaborative innovation by universities, research institutions and enterprises. Due to rapid urbanization, large-scale population movement and reduction of school-age children, today's rural education is undergoing an unprecedentedly dramatic change. After the basic needs are met, rural students begin to pursue high-quality education. To explore and provide education that suits rural areas is an important and challenging theme in the "post-compulsory education era" and the "post-removal-and-merge-of-schools era".

Keywords: China; education reform; education system; post-compulsory education era; rural education



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