Analysis of the Division of Arts and Science Subjects in Ordinary High School in Late Qing Dynasty (1909-1911)

Haozhen XU, Ruiyuan MA

Abstract


The division of Arts and Science in China originated from late Qing dynasty, when the Education Department submitted a memorial to the throne Proposal of Dividing the School Curriculum into Arts and Science in 1909. Then the two disciplines went through combinations and separations repeatedly over the past 100 years. This paper will investigate the separated education system’s evolution history in late Qing dynasty and its resulting drawbacks ever since from a historical perspective. We can not only draw some lessons from the investigation, but also acquire a clearer understanding of the division of Arts and Science subjects when facing the same or contradicting problems nowadays.


Keywords


Late Qing dynasty; Ordinary high school; Division of arts and science subjects

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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