Postcompulsory Education and Training in China

  • Qi Wang
Keywords: Governance, Students and Student Development, China

Abstract

The recent debate on building a learning society in China has focused on the gap between individuals' learning motivation and the government's policy orientation on further developing postcompulsory [i.e., postsecondary] education and training programs through certified learning. This gap, reflecting China's cultural and historical force of credentialism, is believed to be a barrier to the promotion of lifelong learning.
Published
2010-03-25
How to Cite
Wang, Q. (2010). Postcompulsory Education and Training in China. International Higher Education, (60). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2010.60.8504
Section
Focus on China