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Educational policy borrowing in China

Charlene Tan

Educational policy borrowing in China

looking West or looking East?

by Charlene Tan

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Curriculum change,
  • Education,
  • Western influences,
  • Educational change,
  • Confucianism,
  • Influence

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 172-198) and index.

    StatementCharlene Tan
    SeriesRoutledge research in international and comparative education, Routledge research in international and comparative education
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1564.C6 T35 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 202 pages
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26932771M
    ISBN 100415743249
    ISBN 109780415743242, 9781138576032
    LC Control Number2015036384
    OCLC/WorldCa931035652

      This ease of access to information and travel has allowed for an exchange of ideas unparalleled in History, facilitating the emulation of good (or bad) ideas and practices. This copying is known technically as “educational policy borrowing or transfer.” There are many possible definitions for “educational borrowing” or “policy borrowing.”. Towards a Framework of Education Policy Analysis Page 3 of 36 By synthesizing their various contributions to the policy analysis literature, this proposed framework acknowledges the importance of looking at the content of policy, the processes of policy making, how power is used in education policy, and the wider social Size: KB.

    Almost any economist will agree that education plays a key role in determining a country’s economic growth and standard of living, but what we know about education policy in developing countries is remarkably incomplete and scattered over decades and across publications. Education Policy in Developing Countries rights this wrong, taking stock of twenty years of research to assess what we. Realizing there is a global policy convergence that emphasizes the standardized key qualities of and expectations for "successful" school leaders, this article provides an in-depth analysis on the initiation of the "Professional Standards for Compulsory Schools Principals" (Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China ) in by: 1.

    Many more excellent books on education reform and policy exist beyond these, of course, and anyone desiring the broadest possible view should seek them out. Think of this list as a quick guide to some nice, diverse starting points rather than anything steadfast. And please — . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations, map ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction. Understanding policy borrowing and lending: building comparative policy studies / Gita Steiner-Khamsi --Part I. Agencies of a critical grammar of education policy movements / Roger Dale and Susan L. Robertson ; Learning from meetings and.


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This book answers the above questions by critically discussing China’s policy borrowing from the West through its current reform for primary and secondary education.

It presents the latest in-depth research findings from a three-year empirical study () with school principals, teachers, students and other educational stakeholders across by: For over a decade, Mainland China has been embarking on an ambitious nation-wide education reform ('New Curriculum Reform') for its basic education.

The reform reflects China’s propensity to borrow selected educational policies from elsewhere, particularly North America and Europe. This book answers the above questions by critically discussing China’s policy borrowing from the West through its current reform for primary and secondary education.

It presents the latest in-depth research findings from a three-year empirical study () with school principals, teachers, students and other educational stakeholders across cturer: Routledge. For over a decade, Mainland China has been embarking on an ambitious nation-wide education reform ('New Curriculum Reform') for its basic education.

The reform reflects China’s propensity to borrow selected educational policies from elsewhere, particularly North America and : Taylor And Francis. This book answers the above questions by critically discussing China’s policy borrowing from the West through its current reform for primary and secondary education.

It presents the latest in-depth research findings from a three-year empirical study () with school principals, teachers, students and other educational stakeholders Brand: Taylor And Francis. For over a decade, Mainland China has been embarking on an ambitious nationwide education reform (‘New Curriculum Reform’) for its basic education.

The reform reflects China’s propensity to borrow selected educational policies from elsewhere, particularly North America and : Charlene Tan. Tan C., Reyes V. () Curriculum Reform and Education Policy Borrowing in China: Towards a Hybrid Model of Teaching. In: Chou C., Spangler J.

(eds) Chinese Education Models in a Global Age. Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects, vol Cited by: 4.

Background: This article critically discusses the key tensions and challenges arising from the educational policy borrowing in China, through its current education reform. Focussing on the new curriculum reform (NCR), the paper highlights the interactions and conflicts between foreign and local ideologies and by: This chapter critically discusses the development and application of a model of education in China by focussing on recent curriculum reform in the country.

Since the s, China has launched a series of ambitious education reforms in its effort to. Background: This article critically discusses the key tensions and challenges arising from the educational policy borrowing in China through its current education reform.

Focussing on the New Curriculum Reform, the paper highlights the interactions. This contribution deals with policy ‘borrowing’ as a phenomenon in comparative inquiry in education, covering how it has developed conceptually and attempting some definitions of what it entails.

It describes policy borrowing processes and presents in detail the models developed by Phillips and Ochs as a heuristic device to help with their Cited by: Policy borrowing or policy learning. How (not) to improve education systems by David Raffe No.

57, October Policy-makers are interested in learning from the experience of other countries, and especially from the countries believed to represent ‘best practice’.

The influential McKinseyFile Size: KB. The government will release the final reform strategy in summerand its plans will be rolled out to China'selementary and secondary schools, affecting the nation's million K students. Wang Dinghua is the deputy director general for the Basic Education Department in the People's Republic of China's Ministry of Education.

Nine-Year Compulsory Education in China. Nine-year compulsory education policy in China enables students over six years old nationwide to have free education at both primary schools (grade 1 to 6) and junior secondary schools (grade 7 to 9).

The policy is funded by government, tuition is free. Schools still charge miscellaneous fees. Recent education reform in China reflects the global trend of education policy borrowing from Anglophone countries such as the USA.

The reform in China essentially advocates shifting from knowledge reproduction and didacticism to knowledge construction by students through a learner-centredness approach. Aware of the trend of borrowing policy from "Western" countries, some educators in China Cited by: borrowing of outcome-based education policy (OBE), and one on the differential application of the ‘monitor system’ in Germany and Spain.

Masako Shibata’s paper revisits two drastic Author: Rita Sever. The World Yearbook of Education brings together a diverse range of perspectives on education policy through contributions from internationally renowned authors. It reflects on the way policy borrowing and lending is reconfiguring the world of education and offers a new collection of insights into the changes occurring across the world.

China's recent education reforms are a result of selective policy borrowing from ‘the West’. Although comparativists have highlighted the importance of cultural context in policy borrowing in China, what remains relatively under-explored is the epistemological basis for cultural views that mediate policy by: Reviews 'The World Yearbook of Education is a must-read, not only for scholars interested in global education policy, but also for anyone who wants to understand the scope and nature of educational change in the global era.'Antoni Verger, Comparative Education Review, 'The book offers a comprehensive, insightful, and nuanced examination of education policy transformation in.

Economically, policy borrowing is a transient phenomenon, because it only exists so long as external funding-- contingent upon the import of a particular reform package-continues. Policy borrowing in poor countries is to the education sector what structural adjustment, poverty alleviation and good governance, Author: Arif Ahmed Zufi.

educational policy borrowing in China through its current education reform. Focussing on the New Curriculum Reform, the paper highlights the interactions and conflicts between foreign and local ideologies and practices. Sources of evidence The main sources of.

The World Yearbook of Education brings together a diverse range of perspectives on education policy through contributions from internationally renowned authors. It reflects on the way policy borrowing and lending is reconfiguring the world of education and offers a new collection of insights into the changes occurring across the by: Tan, C.

(). Education policy borrowing and cultural scripts for teaching in China. Comparative Education, 51(2), DRAFT Education Policy Borrowing and Cultural Scripts for Teaching in China Abstract China’s recent education reforms are a result of selective policy borrowing Cited by: