Taiwan education at the crossroad : when globalization meets localization / Chuing Prudence Chou, Gregory Ching
- International and development education
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Globalization Versus Localization: Notion or Reality in Taiwan? -- 2.Taiwan's Country Profile -- 3.Historical Overview of Education in Taiwan -- 4.East Asian and Taiwan Education in the Context of Worldwide Education Reform -- 5.The Taiwan Education System -- 6.Course, Curriculum, and Textbooks -- 7.Budget Allocation Features -- 8.Structure of Preschool, Primary, and Secondary Education -- 9.Higher Education -- 10.New University Funding, Flexible Salaries, and a Quality Assurance Scheme -- 11.World-Class Research University Project -- 12.Internationalization Efforts of Taiwan's Higher Education Institutions -- 13.Globalization and the Issue of Academic Publishing (the SSCI and the SCI) -- 14.Influx of International Students into Taiwan -- 15.Reform Schemes for Students in Need -- 16.Cross-Strait Relationships between Taiwan and China -- 17.Conclusion.
- "Chou and Ching examine the processes of schooling in Taiwan amidst social, cultural, economic, and political conflict resulting from local and global dilemmas. Collectively, these issues offer a panoramic and in-depth glimpse from the past to the future of educational trends in Taiwan"--Provided by publisher.
- 9780230110892 (hardback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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