Editor: Zha Qiang, York University
Advisory Board: Ruth Hayhoe, Ontario Institute of Education; Heidi Ross, Indiana University
Year: 2013 (forthcoming)
Description: Chinese are known worldwide as top students and scholars, but intellectuals were persecuted during the Cultural Revolution, and now only recently has attending college education been possible for the majority. China is transforming its higher-education system, now the largest in the world, to include collaboration with Western scholars and to provide history and contemporary educational access to students in rural areas. Education in China provides unique coverage of learning at all levels.
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