What Chinese Education Needs

Fan Chu Shu


The issue of nation building and development is cardinal among the goals of any nation. In an attempt to meet the needs of citizens and also be in tune with other developed nations in a dynamic and globalized world, China is currently grappling with a lot of challenges. The place of education cannot be overemphasized. This paper attempts to explore what Chinese education needs urgently, based on the current education situation. It concludes that repositioning the teaching profession to meet developmental challenges in China should be paramount in the mind of all stakeholders. The drive towards making China one of the top developed economies in the world by the year 2020 could be realized if education is highly recognized by the government.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2013.v3n7p230

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