Edited by W. J. Morgan, Qing Gu and Fengliang Li
Chapter 6: Secondary education
The chapter provides an account of the structure and functional purpose of secondary education, which is to prepare a qualified labour force and educate high-performing students so that they may enter tertiary education. It highlights regional inequalities, especially between rural and urban areas. It concludes that central government recognition of the importance of secondary education will ensure a commitment to addressing issues of equity and quality in a systematic way.
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