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This book examines the Chinese education policy landscape since 1978 by constructing a policy analysis tool, the "concept-added policy chain,"and discusses how to review, assess and forecast the development of that landscape, historically and contextually. In addition, it presentsseveral major historical educational policy shifts in order to explore both the internal and external rationale behind the development of aneducation policy with Chinese characteristics. It also provides a unique policy analysis tool for investigating the intricate political logics in contemporary Chinese education…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book examines the Chinese education policy landscape since 1978 by constructing a policy analysis tool, the "concept-added policy chain,"and discusses how to review, assess and forecast the development of that landscape, historically and contextually. In addition, it presentsseveral major historical educational policy shifts in order to explore both the internal and external rationale behind the development of aneducation policy with Chinese characteristics. It also provides a unique policy analysis tool for investigating the intricate political logics in contemporary Chinese education policy development at the macro-level, systematically and comprehensively.

Autorenporträt
EryongXue, Ph.D. Changjiang Scholar of Ministry of Education, is a professor at the China Institute of Education and Social Development, Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University, serving as the Chief Scholar from the Ministry of Education of the Education Thoughts of President Xi Jinping. His research interests include the education policy and law, the comparative education policy and the equality of education. He has published over 160 articles, monographs, reports, and policy briefs in these areas. Jian Li, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the China Institute of Education and Social Development, Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University. During pursuing her Ph.D. at Indiana University in Bloomington, USA, Dr. Li served as the Senior Research Consultant for the Office of the Vice Provost for Educational Inclusion and Diversity, and in associate researcher positions at the Project on Academic Success, Center for Postsecondary Research at Indiana University. Dr. Li's general area of scholarship is the education policy and law and the comparative education policy. Dr. Li has published over 40 articles, monographs and book chapters internationally.