Research on Current Private Higher Education in Shandong Province
After 30 years’ development, private higher education in China has gradually entered into a sustainable and benign development stage. As a large educational province, the development of Shandong’s private higher education plays an important role in the national development. In this paper, through the investigation and study of 39 private colleges (including independent institutes) in Shandong on the layer and level of running school, talent training quality and educational modes and types, I try to find the problems in private higher education in Shandong Province during the period of last thirty years and give countermeasures to them.
Key words: Private higher education; Optimization; Strategy
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