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Survey of the Sense of Educational Equality Expressed by the Public in Some Major Cities of China for the Year 2012

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The survey on the sense of educational equality demonstrates the subjective feelings of the educational equality by the public. By measuring the evaluation on the improvement of education equality in recent three years and the faith in dealing with the school-choosing race and improving the balanced development of compulsory education, the survey shows how the sense of educational equality changes over time, and reflects the general awareness of the local education equality by the public. According to the distribution of the data, Urumqi has the fewest people (17.5") who disagree with the belief that education could change destiny, while Beijing has the highest percentage of people in the same category (37.2"). By contrast, Beijing has the fewest people who agree with the belief that education changes destiny (45.2"), while Guiyang has the most (64.0").

Keywords: Beijing; compulsory education; educational equality; Guiyang; school-choosing race; Urumqi



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