On the Reform of China’s Educational System and the Optimization of Employment Structure

Chunlei YANG, Lei HUANG

Abstract


At present, China’s “one size fits all” admission policy lacks of legal basis, violates the fairness of education and ignores the humanistic care. From the beginning of the increase in primary school enrollment in the spring, the full implementation of two track mode of admission and graduation which is interconnected between middle school and university is conducive to break the drawbacks of once-in-a-lifetime exam and contributes to the coordinated development of higher education and vocational education. It can also avoid the problem of a short-term oversupply of labor force and difficulty in employment caused by the fact that graduates only pour into the market in the summer, which balances the supply and demand of the labor force as far as possible and avoids the employment cycle change radically. Thus it is conducive to the realization of the successful docking between schools and the community.

Keywords


Education system; Reform; Employment structure; Optimization

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

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