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Authors: Q. Cai Ying and Hai Ying

strong and educated labor force provided by a highly efficient and balanced education system. They chose to add on three-year free early childhood education, and made all kinds of effort to give the local children an equal education opportunity. Shortly afterward, the 12-year free education system was

In: International Journal of Chinese Education

. “Understanding the 15-Year Free Education Policies in China: An Online Study of Four Cases.” International Journal of Chinese Education (this issue) . 2 Hui, Li. “Free early childhood education matters.” omep -Hong Kong Newsletter 12 (2012): 9-12. 3 Hui, Li and X. Christine Wang, “International

In: International Journal of Chinese Education
Authors: Li Hui and Wang Dan

are neither ‘all kids free’ nor ‘all fees free’, and only those registered kindergarteners in Changzi can receive ece for free. Discussion The present study has found that the free early childhood education policies in three of the pioneering counties were neither ‘all kids free’ nor ‘all

In: International Journal of Chinese Education
Author: Ricci W. Fong

, Leung. “A case study of the 15-year free education policy in Macau.” (In Chinese.) Early Childhood Education 11 ( 2013 ): 3-6. Hui, Li, and Dan, Wang. “A multiple study of free early childhood education policies in China.” (In Chinese.) Early Childhood Education 7 ( 2013 ): 1-5. 3 Information

In: International Journal of Chinese Education
Authors: Yue-Juan Pan, Yi Yang, and Min Liu

-2020)].” People’s Republic of China: State Council, 2010. 3 People Education. “Experts’ view: Tendency to include early childhood education into compulsory education system and proposal to administer free early childhood education” (in Chinese) . April 10, 2009, accessed October 31, 2013. 4 Xin Bai, 白昕 and

In: International Journal of Chinese Education
Author: Chu Zhaohui

the National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, national committee member Cai Yaojun appealed for the country to implement free early childhood education as soon as possible. He emphasized that fi nancial investment in early childhood education is only

In: The China Educational Development Yearbook, Volume 2
Authors: Li Hui, Wang Dan, and Ricci W. Fong

education for many years, the 15-year free education is actually appealing for 3-year free early childhood education. For instance, Macau and some provinces in Mainland China have already implemented this policy and have made ece free to the target group in addition to the 12-year free education. Hong

In: International Journal of Chinese Education
Author: Li Yang

- nerable groups.” Expanding public services by the government and placing priority on providing migrant children with low-cost or free early childhood education for one year should be on the government’s agenda.

In: The China Educational Development Yearbook, Volume 2

provision of free early childhood education will also need somehow to find a legal basis. Moreover, for the coming decade or more, the rapid urbanisation of African regions and its potential implications for children’s rights warrant more deliberate attention. For example, with reports that since 2014 there

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In: The International Journal of Children's Rights