Junior High School Education in China.

  • Luo J
  • Wendel F
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Presents an interview with a distinguished scholar and educator from China, discussing the general status and special features in China, notable features of junior high schools, attitudes toward education, the student/teacher relationship, techniques of classroom management, core values taught, the principal's role, differences between rural and metropolitan areas, and differences between education in China and the United States. (SR)

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  • China
  • Classroom Techniques; Cultural Differences; Curric

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  • Jiali Luo

  • Frederick C Wendel

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