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    Title: 中國的城鄉教育二元化發展之源起與挑戰:從制度變遷的角度分析
    Other Titles: The Origin, Formation, and Change of China's Urban-rural Dualistic Education System
    Authors: 王瑞琦
    Wang, Juei-Chi
    Contributors: 中國社會經濟研究所
    Keywords: 中國基礎教育;城鄉教育發展差距;歷史制度論;路徑依賴
    China's elementary education;urban-rural dualist education system;historical institutionalism;path dependence
    Date: 2010.12
    Issue Date: 2013-12-09 13:16:58 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 文革結束之後,中國全力發展農村基礎教育,2000年達到全國基本普及九年義務教育的目標。但是,農村教育發展的問題卻是層出不窮,而今城鄉學校教育的懸殊差距成為學界關注和探討的焦點。本論文以制度變遷理論為基礎,分析1950年代後期至2000年之間,主導中國中小學教育發展的兩條腿走路發展政策的變遷,由之找尋出中國城鄉教育二元化發展的起源、挑戰與變遷。
    Over the past three decades, China has spared no efforts to fulfill the nine-year mandatory education in rural areas. But along with the impressive statistic, reports have shown various kinds of problems. The glaring gap between rural schools and city schools has caused great concern and criticism. This paper adopts historical institutionism along with two-year field studies to analyze the origin, formation, and changes of China's urban-rural dualistic education system over the past half century.
    Relation: 中國大陸研究季刊, 53(4), 69-103
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[國際關係研究中心] 期刊論文

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