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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Education for 1.3 Billion People by Li Lanqing former chinese vice premier
On 10 years of education reform and development
Written 2003 to 2005

1 Become Quartermaster to National Education
1.1 taking charge of national education
1.9 from responsibility to devotion

2 Making teaching an enviable profession
2.1 where the hope for a prosperous nation lies
2.7 all government officials whatever their rank should respect teachers

3 Implementing government responsibilities and increasing spending on education
3.1 Managing the world's largest education system with efficiency
3.9 Philanthropic assistance from Hong Kong. Macao, Taiwan and overseas

4 Ushering in a higher education system that meets the needs of the 21st Century
4.1 Another major round of realigining universities and faculties
4.11 Promoting integration of disciplines and improving education in medical science
4.17 Cultivating more talents for the great initiative to develop western regions
Franchising out logistic services at Higher Education Institutions
4.18 A major shift in university management
4.27 No more mad dash to build university cities
University teaching reform and cultivation of talents
4.28 The fundamental functions of the university in 21st century China
4.38 Special attention to training rural economic and agricultural management personnel
4.43 The policy concerning overseas study
4.44 From going abroad to bringing in foreign expertise
Work on Science and Technology and the integration of production, study, and research in higher education
4.45 Overhauling our science and technology management system and promoting conversion of its achievements into productive use
4.46 A determined effort to connect university research work with economic development
4.50 Yangling - a brand new city of agricultural science and technology
4.51 3 pressing tasks in scientific and technological innovation in universities
4.52 Schools of higher learning and their role in the frontier of sci-tech research and development
4.54 The future of China's higher education

5 Laying the groundwork for great national rejuvenation
5.1 Giving priority to basic education and development it in a down-to-earth way
5.20 Striving to run every school well

6 Promoting character education and improving education quality
6.1 How was the term character education coined?
6.7 Defining the goals and basic requirements for moral education in schools in the new era
6.13 Advocating team spirit and fellowship among scholars
REFORM OF CURRICULA TEXTBOOKS TESTING AND EVALUATION SYSTEMS
6.14 Overhauling the process for cultivating competent professionals
6.15 Reducing primary and secondary students workloads
6.19 Six ;points of attention for learning foreign languages
Enhancing students physical and mental wellbeing
6.24 Fostering the concept of health first
Education in Aesthetics and Arts
6.26 Why the government principle on education includes aesthetic education
6.27 Art and Science are interrelated
6.28 Restoring and strengthening courses on music, fine arts, and calligraphy in elementary and secondary schools
6.29 Let the youth learn about art songs

7  Breaking new ground in Vocational and Adult Education
7.1 Vocational education should be job oriented
7.16 Toward lifelong education and learning-based society

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Giving every willing student a chance to learn

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