Education Poverty Alleviation Policy in China

This book explores the education poverty alleviation policy in China from the perspectives of concept and practice.

Author: Eryong Xue

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789813347731

Category: Education

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This book explores the education poverty alleviation policy in China from the perspectives of concept and practice. In this book, the authors also examine the major national education poverty alleviation policy to analyze the different periods and stages of education in China. This book also explores the development of China’s education poverty alleviation policy from different scopes. It examines the various stages, features, problems and suggestions in Chinese poverty alleviation progress.The intended readers are scholars and researchers who are interested and work in research of the poverty alleviation education in Chinese context, and also the administrators and stakeholders in Chinese poverty alleviation education management and graduate students who majoring and minoring in the field of anti-poverty education.
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Teacher Education Policy in China

This book explores the ideas and background of teacher education policy development in China and implications for the contemporary Chinese education system.

Author: Eryong Xue

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811623660

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Teacher Education Policy in China

This book explores the ideas and background of teacher education policy development in China and implications for the contemporary Chinese education system.

Author: Eryong Xue

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9811623651

Category: Education

Page: 135

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This book explores the ideas and background of teacher education policy development in China and implications for the contemporary Chinese education system. In addition, it examines the key themes of teacher education policies since 1949, including investigating Teacher Exchange and Rotation Policy, Teacher Policy in the Perspective of China’s Alleviation of Education Poverty, Balanced Allocation Policy of Teachers in Chinese Urban and Rural areas, and the implementation effect evaluation of the free/public normal university student policy in China. All these policies contribute to explore the dramatic development of teacher education policy development in contemporary China.
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The Quality of Growth and Poverty Reduction in China

This book addresses the alarming environmental consequences of China’s growth patterns within an overall quality growth framework.

Author: Xiaolin Wang

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642363467

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 118

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The rapid growth over the past three decades has been instrumental in lifting over 600 million people in China out of poverty, and people want to know why and how it happened. International evidence has made it clear that a global economy based on current patterns of consumption and production is simply not sustainable. Policymakers have repeatedly been advised that economic growth, poverty reduction, equity, and environment and resource sustainability must be integrated into national development strategies. What about China? The principle limitation of existing China-focused economic studies lies in its imbalances from the perspective of analysis and the impact of growth on poverty and inequality. A limited number of studies are devoted to structural transformation and China’s structural imbalances, social disparities and the impact of science and technology on growth and productivity. This book addresses the alarming environmental consequences of China’s growth patterns within an overall quality growth framework. It contributes to the economic growth and development literature and current policy discourse on China by expanding the policy analysis to include several important new areas using the most recent data available. This includes analyzing the macroeconomic factors that underlie the need for China to advance its economic transformation; examining how social inequalities, including health, education and gender, have evolved and presenting the scale of environmental problems associated with China’s growth miracle. This report represents the first attempt to integrate the issue of environmental sustainability and climate change into the quality growth context, providing readers with a comprehensive account of China’s success and challenges in its three decades of rapid economic growth.
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Chinese Society In The Xi Jinping Era

Social changes and unresolved social issues are demanding for policy attention and proper governance.This book studies the important aspects of China's social transformation, policy and governance in recent years, including social stability ...

Author: Qi Dongtao

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789813279803

Category: Political Science

Page: 180

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As China has become the world's second largest economy and risen rapidly amid various internal and external challenges, its profound social transformation and changing social policies are seemingly receiving inadequate attention from both academic and policy communities, especially in the Xi Jinping era since 2013. After decades of development, new social values, behaviours and organisations have emerged in China. Social changes and unresolved social issues are demanding for policy attention and proper governance.This book studies the important aspects of China's social transformation, policy and governance in recent years, including social stability maintenance, education, social media, industrial de-capacity and lay-off campaign, ethnic minority and ethnic policy, elderly care, poverty reduction and social governance. It will enable readers to have a better understanding of China's most important and pressing social issues and relevant social policies.
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The Chinese Education Policy Landscape

education, finds out the way to carry out poverty alleviation through education, and promotes the accurate implementation of poverty alleviation policies through education and precise release of poverty alleviation funds.

Author: Eryong Xue

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789813294646

Category: Education

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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 policy development at the macro-level, systematically and comprehensively.
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The Evolution of China s Poverty Alleviation and Development Policy 2001 2015

The results show that education poverty was a serious problem in China during the transition period. His research provided a more targeted policy basis for policy makers and improved the targeting effect of pro-poor policies.

Author: Changsheng Zuo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811316906

Category: Social Science

Page: 315

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This book explains in simple language the change of perspective and the transition of the systems for poverty alleviation, based on the fifteen-year development of China’s poverty alleviation policy. Written by scholars from the International Poverty Reduction Center in China, Peking University and the China Agricultural University who have been engaged in the field of poverty alleviation for many years, the contributions combine views on China's poverty reduction policy with the authors’ personal experiences. It is a valuable reference resource for researchers at the forefront of poverty alleviation and also appeals to anyone interested in poverty alleviation and China’s poverty alleviation changes.
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Towards 2030 China s Poverty Alleviation and Global Poverty Governance

Second, the policy to fund the regular senior high school students. In 2010, China introduced the policy to offer state grants for regular senior high school students from families in financial difficulties, which averages RMB 2,000 for ...

Author: Xiaolin Wang

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811563560

Category: Political Science

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This book assesses the global significance of China’s decade-long campaign to reduce poverty. After showing how the country’s unique approach to poverty alleviation brought about unparalleled progress toward achieving both the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the authors shed light on how China’s experience can help other countries around the globe as they try to permanently rid humanity of the scourge of poverty under ever more challenging social, economic and environmental conditions.
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Poverty Alleviation in China

Cheng Yuanjun (2007) thinks China should break away from the fetters of the traditional relief-type poverty ... Cheng proposes combining the intervention of social work and urban antipoverty policy, establishing an urban social work ...

Author: Kun Yan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783662473924

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 237

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This study systematically investigates the development process, major characteristics and weak links of China's poverty alleviation experience and conducts a comparative analysis of poverty alleviation cases. It also accurately presents the internal logic and core elements of China's poverty alleviation theory and taking the Chinese experience of poverty alleviation refines the "Two Threads One Force" theoretical framework to make a basic judgment of the "China model" for poverty alleviation. It also presents the rationale and plans for responding to new challenges to achieve poverty alleviation goals, which will enhance the welfare of the people and promote social progress and national prosperity.
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Golden Goose

This book will be of value to anthropologists, developmental economists, sinophiles, and more. This book offers an intimate and personal look at what China's poverty alleviation has meant for individuals.

Author: Xu Liu

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811337741

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 186

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This book offers an intimate and personal look at what China's poverty alleviation has meant for individuals. The dramatic progress in reducing poverty in China over the past three decades is well known. According to the World Bank, more than 500 million people were lifted out of extreme poverty as China’s poverty rate fell from 88 percent in 1981 to 6.5 percent in 2012. Behind this statistic are the millions of families in rural China who have moved from extreme poverty to a more comfortable way of life in modern China. This is the story of four generations of one such family. Grandma Zhen and her eight children have faced the hardship of war, the great famine of 1958-1960, the Cultural Revolution of 1967-1977 and Opening-up and Reform. They have had to adjust to a rapidly changing culture that has affected all aspects of their lives, including marriage, the one-child policy, and education. Through incredible endurance and hard work, they have not only survived, but thrived. This book will be of value to anthropologists, developmental economists, sinophiles, and more.
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China a success story in reducing poverty in less than 30 years

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2008 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Globalization, Political Economics, grade: A, Xiamen University (School of Economics), course: Selected Issues on Modern China, ...

Author: Joseph Ato Forson

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 9783656363743

Category: Political Science

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Research paper from the year 2008 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Globalization, Political Economics, grade: A, Xiamen University (School of Economics), course: Selected Issues on Modern China, language: English, abstract: This paper takes a critical look at the state of poverty in China and governments efforts at alleviation. Our assessment has been on Chinese Government and other development partners interventions meant to halt poverty. Our analysis indicated that China has indeed succeeded in reducing the number of people in absolute poverty from 250 million to 15 million in less than 30 years, which is very encouraging. But it should be pointed that this has been at the expense of its environment. However, its environmental problems are somewhat a major obstacle. As the average citizen attains a middle income status, their demand for a clean environment coupled with pollution free atmosphere becomes imperative. China should be able to overcome these environmentally related problems as it strives for global recognition.
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Compulsory Education Policy in China

we will regard the cultivation of morality and cultivation of people as the fundamental task of education, ... mainly in the gap between urban and rural education, education poverty alleviation, the quality of education in ethnic ...

Author: Jian Li

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789813363588

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Educational Equity Policy in China

push forward the reform of educational governance, accelerate the formation of a modern educational management and ... All kinds of educational charitable funds have been active in the front line of education poverty alleviation, ...

Author: Eryong Xue

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811602313

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Intergenerational Income Mobility in China

... Z. 85 Duncan, O. D. 16, 74, 83 educational opportunities: education expansion and its effect on 5–9; equal 61, 72, 166; expansion of 5, 7–8, 78 'Educational Poverty Alleviation' policies 11 education finance: in China 118–124; ...

Author: Yuna Hou

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000473667

Category: Education

Page: 190

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Intergenerational income mobility is of great societal importance due to its relevance to equal socio-economic opportunity and future economic efficiency. In her book Dr Hou explores the potential role of education policy in reducing intergenerational transmission of poverty and promoting intergenerational income mobility in China. Her research investigates the extent to which intergenerational income persists in China, the mechanisms behind intergenerational inequality, and premises for policy intervention. The interaction between families, labour markets, and public policies that structure a child’s opportunities and determine the extent to which income is related to family background are discussed in detail. The book comprises of three separate empirical studies examining the relationship between parents’ income and the long-term welfare of their children for two birth cohorts; the role education plays in the intergenerational income relationship; and possible policy intervention channels to facilitate intergenerational income mobility. The lessons learnt from the empirical studies in this book offer the basis for a discussion of current educational policies and provide guidance for developing more appropriate public policies to promote intergenerational income mobility in China in the future. This book contributes to the international discussion by providing evidence in Chinese context, and also provides guidance for policymakers attempting to develop more appropriate public policies to promote intergenerational income mobility in China.
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Education Policy in Chinese High Schools

Concept and Practice Jian Li (Researcher on education), Eryong Xue ... strengthen the ranks of rural teachers, and increase support for special groups, so as to lay a solid foundation for poverty alleviation in education.

Author: Jian Li

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811623585

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Private Education Policy in China

With the popularization of higher education and high school education, China's education has entered a “post-universal ... In this way, while building brand awareness, education enterprises can also realize the “poverty alleviation” for ...

Author: Eryong Xue

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811632723

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Eliminating Poverty Through Development in China

Eliminating Poverty through Development in China addresses the theme of poverty, briefly describes the history and status quo ... reviews and assesses various poverty alleviation policies in China and their effects, studies governmental ...

Author: China Development Research Foundation

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134042104

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 280

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In recent years China has achieved impressive economic growth, and also made remarkable progress in human development. However, contemporary China is still faced with the great challenge of widespread poverty. This not only constitutes a barrier against China’s pursuit of sustainable economic growth, but also poses a potential threat to China’s attempts to construct a harmonious society in the future. This book, written by three renowned poverty-reduction experts under the aegis of the China Development Research Foundation - one of China’s leading think-tanks - and drawing on the research of over twenty of China’s top scholars in this field, examines China’s efforts to eliminate poverty through development. It analyses all of the key issues, providing a review of China’s past record in poverty alleviation, comparing this with the experiences of other countries, identifying the new characteristics and trends in poverty in recent years, and discussing the factors responsible. It assesses the objectives and success of the poverty alleviation policies adopted by the Chinese government in a comprehensive way, and puts forward suggestions for policy makers. Overall, this book is a valuable account of China’s own thinking on its problems of poverty, and the best ways to tackle it and achieve sustainable economic development.
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China Human Development Report

Because this is the first national Human Development Report undertaken for China, it establishes a baseline for all future efforts by discussing a wide spectrum of development issues, including the distribution of income, health care, ...

Author: United Nations Development Programme

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0195132106

Category: China

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Taking its cue from the 1997 Global Human Development Report, it ranks provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities according to a Human Development Index."--BOOK JACKET.
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Inequality and Public Policy in China

Relevant policyconcernsinclude,butarenotlimitedto,theamountofpublicfunding for education, and the distribution of that funding. Finding4:Reversingpasttrends,between1995and2002povertyinChina declined. China's record of poverty reduction ...

Author: Björn A. Gustafsson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139470063

Category: Business & Economics

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This volume examines trends in inequality in the People's Republic of China. It contains findings on inequality nationwide, as well as within the rural and urban sectors, with an emphasis on public policy considerations. Several chapters focus on inequality of income; others analyse poverty, inequality in wealth, and the distribution of wages. Attention is given to groups such as migrants, women, and the elderly, as well as the relationship between income and health care funding and the impact of the rural tax reform. All contributors to this volume make use of a large, nationwide survey of Chinese households, the product of long-term co-operation between Chinese and international researchers that is unique in its scope and duration. Using these data, the contributors examine changes in inequality from 1988 to 2002.
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