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  National Coordinator:

 
Name: Mr. Zhang Xuezhong
National Commissionfor UNESCO
Address: 37 Damucang Huton, Xidan
100816, Beijing
Phone: (86) 10 66009 6553
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Education for All:
The Year 2000 Assessment
Final Country Report  of 
CHINA

CONTENTS

Part I Descriptive Section

Introduction

CHAPTER ONE The Objectives and Measures of EFA

1.1 World Conference on Education for All

1.2 China's National Conference on Education for All

1.3 Determining Objectives for Development and Crietria for Acceptance

1.4 Main Actions Taken to Promote Education for All

1.5 Implementing effective policy options

1.6 Strengthening Cooperation with International Organizations

1.7 Reforming the Mechanism of Educational Finance and Enlarging the Sources of financial input

1.1 World Conference on Education for All

1.2 China's National Conference on Education for All

1.3 Determining Objectives for Development and Crietria for Acceptance

1.4 Main Actions Taken to Promote Education for All

1.5 Implementing effective policy options

1.6 Strengthening Cooperation with International Organizations

1.7 Reforming the Mechanism of Educational Finance and Enlarging the Sources of financial input

Part II Analytic Section

CHAPTER Two Expanding Access to Education-- Universalizing 9-year Compulsory Education

2.1 Historical course traversed

2.2 Expanding access to primary education

2.3 Universalizing Lower Secondary Education

2.1 Historical course traversed

2.2 Expanding access to primary education

2.3 Universalizing Lower Secondary Education

2.4 Drop-out rates have been effectively curbed

2.5 Pupil-teacher ratios and the percentage of qualified teachers

CHAPTER THREE Literacy Education and Skills Training among Adults

3.1 Background, Measures and Practices

3.2 Significant Achievement of Literacy Education in the 1990s

3.3 Regional and Gender Disparities Should Be Given Great Attention

3.4 Skills training for youth and adults

CHAPTER FOUR Child Care and Preschool Education--Early Start Emphasized

4.1 Child Care and Preschool Education

4.2 Development of Preschool Education

4.3 Proportion of First Graders Having Undergone Preschool Education

CHAPTER FIVE Marching Toward the New Century--

Challenges and Countermeasures

5.1 A Brief Account of Educational Development in the 1990s--Achievements and Outstanding Issues

5.2 Analysis of the Trend of Development--Challenges and Countermeasures

5.3 Marching Toward the New Century, Strategies and Measures

5.1 A Brief Account of Educational Development in the 1990s--Achievements and Outstanding Issues

5.2 Analysis of the Trend of Development--Challenges and Countermeasures

5.3 Marching Toward the New Century, Strategies and Measures