Education in China: Educational History, Models, and Initiatives
Editor: Zha Qiang
Contributing Author: Danke Li
Danke Li is a contributing author, "Education Gender Equality", p.331-339.
Book Description: Chinese students are known worldwide for their accomplishment and ambition, and education is profoundly valued in China. But these facts do not tell the whole story. Intellectuals were persecuted during the Cultural Revolution (1966–1976) and only recently has a college education been accessible to a majority of Chinese high school graduates. Things are changing rapidly. China’s higher-education system is now the largest in the world, and the number of Chinese students in the United States is growing at twenty-five percent annually. Collaboration with Western scholars and universities is increasing. Governmental and philanthropic agencies are working to provide better education to students in the margins, including minority, poor, disabled, and rural students. This Berkshire Essentials volume, Education in China, includes contributions by seventy-four international experts on Chinese education and provides unique coverage of learning at all levels.
Li, Danke. “Education Gender Inequality,” In Zha Qiang (Ed.), Education in China: Educational History, Models, and Initiatives. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing, 2013. pp. 331-339
Qiang, Zha and Li, Danke K., "Education in China: Educational History, Models, and Initiatives" (2013). History Faculty Book Gallery. 33.