Analysis on the Necessity of Public Financial Security During the Process of Popularizing Upper Secondary Education in China

Dan JIANG, Yan PU, Shuxi ZHOU

Abstract


The paper analyzes the necessity of financial security as for expanding upper secondary education. Firstly, from the aspect of upper secondary education as a quasi-public product, financial security is the duty of government. Secondly, from the aspect of education equity, financial ensurence contributes to the increase of the education opportunity for school-age population, and then affects the popularity and equalization of upper secondary education. Finally, from the aspect of empirical analysis, upper secondary education financial input plays an important role for expanding upper secondary education.

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Public financial security; Popularizing upper secondary education; China

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6156

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