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It is hoped key middle and elementary schools can truly enjoy a key status


, : It is hoped key middle and elementary schools can truly enjoy a key status. Chinese Education 17(2): 50-56

This paper contends that key Chinese schools have not really achieved their goals, citing as examples the nationally renowned No. 4 Middle School and the No. 2 Experimental Elementary School. The causes of this failure include an unbalanced faculty composition and shortage of "backbone" teachers, insufficient operational funds, few laboratories and obsolete teaching aids and equipment, dilapidated school buildings and inadequate space for out-door activities.


Accession: 001398241

DOI: 10.2753/ced1061-1932170250

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