This series invites professors of different fields of education to present an overview of educational reform in China between 1978 and 2008 through depiction of facts and analysis of data. Covering pre-school education, basic education, higher education, teacher education, curriculum and pedagogy, policies and laws, and key data and international comparisons, it contains 7 volumes. Professors summarize the history, achievements and general experience, whilst also presenting their own views on the existing problems facing the system, as well as their suggestions. This series is an authentic and comprehensive record of educational reform in China over the past 30 years.

    Contents:

     

    Chapter 1  Review and Outlook

    Chapter 2  Differentiation and Reorganization: the Evolution of Realtions beween Government and School

    Chapter 3  Response to Chanllenges: the Reform of Public System System

    Chapter 4  Teacher’s Problems in the System Transition

    Chapter 5  Student’s Rights in the Course of Rule of Law

    Chapter 6  Ideals and Realities: Ever-accelerated Private Education

    Chapter 7  Committing to a Fairer Education