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I'm now only relating to China's primary education up to high school, as this is what needs to be improved the most in china - universities can be (and will be automatically) improved when there is a profound base.|
China's education system is, as I think, too competitive - there is not really a second chance once you're a "bad student" and you figure out that you're approach sofar wasn't what you really want. Also, the classes are too big, especially for foreign languages but also for other majors.
Anyway, I don't agree that math experts are better at teaching maths than educational experts, if the educational experts understand what they're teaching (and high school maths is really not rocket science). In Europe, however, we have a mixture of both: my maths teacher held a Ph.D. in physics and also studied education during one year before teaching at my high school. But of course, a person with such an education is not cheap - and if this person, like in my case, teaches only 15 students, it might be considered a waste of money, especially here in China. IMHO it wasn't, tho.
This shows, what China finally needs to improve it's education: more financial means for it's schools. And it's unlikely that society will provide one million yuan for educating people who are just going to earn 1000 Yuan a month afterwards...