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Post time 2007-12-12 16:16:04 |Display all floors
Recent years, China makes great progress in economy.  Nowadays China is undergoing a difficult time for education. We can find a lot of  teenages can't afford to education. It is really a big bottle-neck for preventing the future development and prosperity of China. Compare with the developed countries, their development has attached with high level eduation as well . As we all know, the future is controlled by the youth of one country. So if we want to develop stably and healthly, we must put more emphasis on the national education. What is your opinion?

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Post time 2007-12-12 18:30:25 |Display all floors
i  think so.education  is  very important to development,but  the  reality in china has

many shortcomings not to keep up the steps of  the  developped country,which would make the economic and culture much lagged ,so  the necesary way of  kicking out  the oudated system is  adopting the  deversified system of  education,like forming  professional schools  which adapt the need of the development  of  economic and culture and  cutting  off high fees of enterring the college,and forming the rational system to  find the talented people  who may contribute  themself  to the contruction of nation.i  think  if  the methods mentioned above  are  adopted by government,our country  would have more bright future  than whatever  epoch!

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Post time 2007-12-13 21:59:59 |Display all floors
Originally posted by melon1008 at 2007-12-12 16:16
Recent years, China makes great progress in economy.  Nowadays China is undergoing a difficult time for education. We can find a lot of  teenages can't afford to education. It is really a big bottl ...


if China really has made good progress in economic recovery, there should have been a lot of university graduates. And a lot of university graduates should have found jobs.

currently, there are about 1.49 million unemployed graduates leaving China’s universities every year. there is simply not enough demand for the economy to employ these individuals.

the basic concept of Phillips curve is probably too alien to you, or else you wouldn't comment like this.

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Post time 2008-10-9 17:10:16 |Display all floors
Originally posted by salvation at 2007-12-12 18:30
i  think so.education  is  very important to development,but  the  reality in china has

many shortcomings not to keep up the steps of  the  developped country,which would make the economic and  ...

Nowadays, we can find the young students are pay much more attention to earn money than study. Since someone with high education earn less than the less educated people.

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Post time 2008-10-9 17:16:42 |Display all floors
Originally posted by msaeed at 2007-12-13 21:59


if China really has made good progress in economic recovery, there should have been a lot of university graduates. And a lot of university graduates should have found jobs.

currently, there  ...

Agree, now in China, the education haven't been placed on a high level. The university graduates are paid very low after graduation, which makes the graduactes and most other uneducated people think to receive education is not important. Money is the most important. So a lot of teenagers quit from school and go out to find a job to earn money. As per their viewpoint, the education can not create fortune. They don't want to spend too much time and years on studing, while they prefer to earn money for much years.

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Post time 2008-10-9 17:21:06 |Display all floors
China's college education should cultivate more talents who can apply their knowlege into practice, not the kind of bookish. Many of college graduates cannot find job because they have no on the job training or practical experience. So I suggest the college education should be varied, including the professional knowledge and
vocational training.

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Post time 2008-10-9 17:21:54 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2007-12-14 00:58
My impression is that most Chinese associate the wrong things with the noun "educati9on"; maybe they think it means "privileges" or "power" or "guanxi". It a ...

Yes, you have hit the point. The education nowadays seems as a commodity. People can buy it. And after educated, the well educated graduates are paid poor, they have to live a poor life, some graduates even can't live themselves, they have to ask mentary support from their parents. It is really a great problem. I think the better way is to make people know education is important. It can not be treated as commodity. And the education has its value. The employer should not pay too less salary for the highly-educated people. Since we know the education comes along with capability wil cost a lot, maybe can not be valued.

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