China
College
Essay
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Download 0
China’s Educational System Name Course Tutor Date China’s Educational System Just like in U.S, the Chinese government through the Ministry of Education runs public education in China. Nevertheless, unlike in China, both public and private schools provide education in US (Corsi-Bunker, n.y)…

Introduction

Notably, China’s Educational System offers higher quality public education compared to the US education system where Chinese students can outwit US students in standard tests. Indeed, China invests in quality education where about 4 % of GDP in China goes to education with a belief that education holds the key for individual, family, and state development in the future (China Education System, 2013). The Chinese education system includes pre-school, primary school, secondary school, high school, and higher education while the US system includes elementary school, middle school, high school, and higher education (China.Org, 2013). While the private schools in US have a right to determine their curriculum and staffing policies, private schools are only prominent between the wealthy Chinese and for international students (Li, 2012). Most specifically, China offers the largest public system in the world and has a consistent and more respected teacher development system compared to the US system (China Education System, 2013). Indeed, with an enrolment of more than 9.12 million students in higher education this year, China outweighs US in educational growth (China Education System, 2013). Ideally, there are significant strengths and weaknesses between U.S. ...
Download paper
Not exactly what you need?

Related papers

What does gender or race have to do with it? Freedom Writers and the American Education System
More often not, these films feature an inspiring teacher, which may or may not be relevant to reality depending on which school you attended. Films that illustrate education also often combat issues of race and gender, which come into play in many schoolyards across the world, with problems of language and communication at the forefront of this fight. The film Freedom Writers, released in 2007,…
Singapore and Its Legal System
Some of their beliefs have influenced the way the country handles issues to do with discipline and the respect for nature, and has differentiated Singapore’s laws and rules from those of other countries like Australia. People say that Singapore has fine cities because of their fines, but it is really more of common sense and good etiquette. Tan (2007), highlights that “the most powerful…
What does Castells mean by 'the space of flows'? And what relevance might this idea have for processes of globalisation?
This paper now seeks to discuss space of flows based on Castells’ description, including its relevance to the different processes of globalisation. An example will also be developed in order to illustrate this discussion. This paper is being carried out in order to understand the more contemporary application and understanding of space of flows within the context of globalisation and all its…
Can a well-supported public broadcast system still offer something of value? Can content regulations begin to disentangle the m
Such assumptions thrive on the notion that the promotion of the government agenda forms part of the policies of the public broadcast systems. However, case analyses have shown that public broadcast systems can still achieve a high degree of proficiency in delivering value in the ways that uphold professionalism and balance. Certain universal thresholds must be met in order for the public broadcast…
Comparative Media system paper in Latin America and the Caribbean
The filmmakers spent at least several months filming Hugo Chavez, his close staff, as well as conducting interviews with Venezuelan citizens. With the coup unfolding, the filmmakers captured footage on the capital’s streets, filming protesters and the increasing violence. The film/documentary’s neutrality has been variously disputed as it painted only Chavez in a positive light, particularly…
Denver Area Educational Telecommunications Consortium v FCC, 518 U.S. 727 United States v. Playboy Entertainment Group, 529 U.S.
In this Act, section 10 (a) and (c) allowed television program operator to forbid or deny broadcasting a program that it practically trusts portrays sexual activities or organs in a patently offensive way. On the other hand, section 10 (b) required the operators to distinguish a “patently belligerent” programming, block it and unblock it within 30 days of the viewer’s request (Breyer et al.…
Chinese Popular Culture
The People’s Republic of China has experienced a surge in the expansion of its middle class. Until the late 1990s, the average disposable income in the entire nation remained low due to the hang-over form the socialist policies that dominated the economy in the greater part of the 18th and the 19th Centuries. Wealth distribution is more unequal than the income distribution in China. In the…