Parents angered over proposed changes to the admissions standards for universities, which they...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 26, 2014
The South China Morning Post reports that writer and columnist Cao Baoyin was detained by police...
by Cindy | Sep 15, 2014
At The New York Times, Didi Kirsten Tatlow spoke with Yong Zhao, professor of education at the...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 3, 2013
According to the recently released results of the OECD’s 2012 Programme for International...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 20, 2011
An experimental university in China that pledged to be independent of the official education system by not requiring students to undergo the national college entrance exams (gaokao) for admission is now under fire for its board....
by cdtstaff | Apr 6, 2011
The Asian Development Bank has released its annual study of Asian economies for the past year. In it, the ADB reassessed its economic forecast for China and predicts China’s GDP will grow by 9.6% in 2010 . From China...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 13, 2011
After news that Shanghai students tested higher than U.S. students on a globally-administered exam, educators in the U.S. have been concerned by the results. But in China, the Los Angeles Times reports, policy makers and...
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