A Qualified Person* as the New Target of Compulsory Education in China

Yuanbi LIU

Abstract


Whereas Chinese compulsory education designates the scope of people, it fails to accomplish the objective of nurturing a qualified person. The plasticity, generality and universality should be the basis of the education of a qualified person. The objective of the compulsory education is not only the theoretical conception, but also speaks for the common demands of family, school, and society.

Key words: Compulsory education; Objective of education; A qualified person

Résumé Alors que l’enseignement obligatoire chinoise désigne la portée des gens, il ne parvient pas à atteindre l’objectif de nourrir une personne qualifiée. La plasticité, la généralité et l’universalité devrait être la base de l’éducation d’une personne qualifiée. L’objectif de l’enseignement obligatoire n’est pas seulement la conception théorique, mais aussi porte-parole des revendications communes de la famille, l’école et la société.

Mots clés: L’éducation obligatoire; Les objectifs de l'éducation; Une personne qualifiée


Keywords


Compulsory education; Objective of education; A qualified person



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ccc.1923670020120802.1788

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