China’s Universities

Post-Mao Enrollment Policies and Their Impact on the Structure of Secondary Education
Volume 46
Suzanne Pepper
Explores the effects of changing examination conventions on Chinese universities through interview analysis

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This work focuses on changes in Chinese university enrollment policies in the post-Mao era and traces the effects of these policies on secondary education, reviewing the role and nature of national entrance examinations and describing screening and preparatory procedures for secondary level exams.
Suzanne PEPPER is a Hong Kong-based American writer with a PhD in political science and a long-standing interest in Chinese politics.

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  • 6 x 9.
  • 176pp.
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  • 978-0-89264-046-1

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