Graduate Project Title
A Comparative Study of 1-12 Public School Systems of the United States and People's Republic of China
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Gregory S. Chan
Second Committee Member
Jack L. McPherson
Third Committee Member
Franklin D. Carlson
The purpose ofthis study was to recognize and extrapolate the major similarities and/or differences between the public education systems of the United States and the People's Republic of China. The researcher was primarily concerned with the examination of similarities and differences in origin, evolution, structure, organization, curriculum, funding, law and governmental regulations in Grades 1-12 school systems in the two countries. The researcher's analysis of the project was intended to provide other educators and researchers with a picture of the nature of the two school systems. There is no value judgement of either country's educational system in this comparative study.
Chi, Sean Xiong, "A Comparative Study of 1-12 Public School Systems of the United States and People's Republic of China" (1998). All Graduate Projects. 590.
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