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Non-Government Funded Education: Development Transition and Policy Innovation

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Quantitatively, non-government funded education institutions have become an integral part of Chinese mass education system. There is an increasing need for transformative development and innovative policies. The development of non-government funded education brings incentives for greater social involvement in the field of education. From 2009 to 2011, the number of kindergartens increased by 20.69" nationwide. With increasing number of non-government funded educational institutions and an increase in school attendance, the status and role of non-government funded education is further highlighted. The scope, approach and the developmental direction become clearer for private capital investing in education industry. Shanghai and Fujian have continuously pushed and improved non-government funded schools' financial management policies and the supporting policies of the public fiscal funding to non-government funded schools. Non-government funded schools have not enjoyed government support at the same level as their counter parts in the public sector.

Keywords: kindergartens; non-government funded education; private capital; professional development programs; public fiscal funding; Shanghai



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