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With the implementation of the New Curriculum, conflicts between new and old ideas are bound to arise. Voices supporting and protesting the reform will accompany the whole process. We have to expound our idea that quality education is an established policy that cannot be reverted, that curriculum reform must be carried out, and that any attempt to return to old curriculums may end in failure. The present paper explores the challenges to the basic curriculum reform and the relevant strategies through the analysis of educational phenomena of mainland China in recent years.

In: Frontiers of Education in China
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This is a collection of essays on China's new curriculum reforms in basic education, covering various aspects of the reforms ranging from education theory to classroom actitivity transofrmation, from teacher training to teaching quality evaluation. Prof. Zhong presents rich experiences in the reforms in the last decade as collisions between old ideas and new ones, marking the end of the Kairov Era pedagogy. This book discusses profound changes in China's basic education, propelled by both top-down designs and bottom-up innovations from grass-root teachers.
In: Curriculum Innovations in Changing Societies
In: Curriculum Innovations in Changing Societies
In: The Logic of China's New School Reforms
In: The Logic of China's New School Reforms
In: The Logic of China's New School Reforms
In: The Logic of China's New School Reforms
In: The Logic of China's New School Reforms