Though it is every government's goal, providing Education for All is a tall order for the world's most populous nation.
The public's perception is that these schools provide little more than a dead end for their children. Meanwhile, to ensure that students from low-income families have access to higher education, the government has initiated effective ways of assistance, with policies and measures as scholarships, work-study programs, subsidies for students with special economic difficulties, tuition reduction or exemption and state stipends.
Because of a high barrier at the university level, students compete to get into high schools that offer the best preparation. Extra provisions were made for blind and severely hearing-impaired children, although in special schools enrolled fewer than 2 percent of all eligible children in those categories.
The China Welfare Fund, established inreceived state funding and had the right to solicit donations within China and from abroad, but special education has remained a low government priority. Questions about current educational reform: How can educational reform help create a fair, open and harmonious society in China?
China has more students studying abroad than any other country; sincethere have beenChinese students studying in countries and regions, of whomhave returned after finishing their studies.
To achieve the compulsory education goals set by the central government at different periods of time, some school principals have been forced to borrow money from local industries.
Their narrow specializations had advantages in that they offered in-depth training, reducing the need for on-the-job training and thereby lowering learning time and costs. The ratio of the urban primary school enrolment rate versus that of rural enrolment rate was four to three inwhich meant that 1.
There are also schools using international curricula that accept both Mainlander and non-Mainlander students. Selection for secondary and higher education was no longer based on academic achievements, but work experience and political activism, favouring workers and peasants instead of the intelligentsia.
Military, art academies and colleges and universities affiliated with state ministries are considered more prestigious among the same level of higher education institutions, thus they are more favourable to applicants, and usually require higher admission scores.
No matter what, we want him to get some education when he gets older.