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Copy of 中国教育(Jiàoyù) - Education in China

An overview of China's public education system.
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Grace Hao

on 7 May 2013

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中国教育 教育 Education in China PRESSURE INNOVATIONS Although U.S. teens spend more time using digital media than Chinese counterparts, teens in Bejiing are more likely to own iPads, according to a micro-survey by Stanford University. About 45% of the high schoolers polled in China had an iPad while only about 15% of those in Palo Alto – roughly 13 miles from Apple headquarters — did. STRUCTURE (cc) image by jantik on Flickr Primary School
Ages 6-11 Middle School
Ages 12-14 COMPULSORY High School
Ages 15-18 Can you pass the Gao Kao? College Prep
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Vocational There were more Chinese college students studying in the US than from any other country for the 2010-2011 academic year. 157,558, nearly22 percent of the total international student population GLOBAL FOCUS Stats from "China Daily" Typical Daily Schedule for High School Students School Year Fall Semester Summer Break (7-8 weeks) Begins in September Break for Spring Festival (3 weeks) Begins in late Feb. or early March Spring Semester Jiàoyù 1950 2011 Literacy Rates 95.9% CIA World Factbook 20.0% Merit Pay? Incentives for Teachers $$ $$ $$$ $$$ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ Gao Kao
"Tall Test" RELIEF! IS IT WORKING?
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