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CHINESE STUDIES INFORMATION PORTAL: Education

Educational Reform

The following are a few recommended books in the University Library about educational reform in China. For additional books, search the Library Catalog, GIL-Find.

Find Articles

Use the following databases to locate articles on your topic.

Videos

2 Million Minutes

Call Number: Video DVD LB1607 .T85 2007 - Library South 2

This DVD examines the daily lives, pressures, and ambitions of six high school students in the US, China, and India, and their future prospects in the global economy.


Tank Man - Video DVD

The Tank Man

Call Number: Video DVD DS779.32 .T36 2006b - Library South 2

Overview of the student led protest in Tiananmen square in 1989. Discusses the mystery surrounding the Tank Man icon.


Web Resources

The Internet Guide for Chinese Studies (IGCS)

This research guide is maintained by Sinological Institute, Leiden University, Netherland. Click on section L. for a thorough look at eduction in China.

Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China

The option to view the website in English is located in the upper left. This is a Chinese government website that discusses news, policy, education, and international cooperatives and exchanges. There is a plethora of information here including some educational statistics.

Library of Congress Country Studies-China

Chapter 4 discusses Education and Culture

MCLC Resource Center

This website is maintained by Kirk A. Denton/Ohio State University. Click on the education tab for an extensive bibliography about education in China.

History of Education in China

The following are a few recommended books in the University Library about the history of education in China. For additional books, search the Library Catalog, GIL-Find.