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  • For example, after the Soviet satellite was launched in 1957, the U.S. government believed that the country was in crisis and had problems in education and reforms. At the time, education in the United States did not face a crisis as the government document said but presumed The status of one's own in the world is challenged, and comprehensive evaluation such as education foundation is still relatively good. What Chinese people like to emphasize is how much their own achievements have been... [more]
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  • From the point of view of education, the imbalance of education in China is directly related to the diversity of education itself and the lack of autonomy. First of all, on the educational philosophy, Chinese are accustomed to using education as a tool. The government takes education as its own management objective. Schools use pupils and teachers as tools to achieve their own achievements. Parents still regard education as a tool Industry revitalization of the stage, the students themselves... [more]
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  • Thus, on the one hand, this kind of education can not meet the needs of growth and development of different students. On the other hand, this kind of education can not meet the social demand for talent diversity, resulting in a demand for education in a wider range of choices , That is, there is an imbalanced demand for education, at the same time the reason for the imbalance in education. The existence of these problems must be addressed squarely, must be faced, and then managed to find a... [more]
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  • In fact, many children in China feel that education is too boring for themselves. It is unbearable to bear this senseless pain brought about by a comprehensive examination-oriented education and only take the university entrance examination as the ultimate goal. The burden of basic education is too heavy. Children learn too much for exams and high marks. They have no interest in learning and are too loose in college. This is not in line with the growth and development of people. Children...
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  • To evaluate and describe education in terms of people's value depends on the size of human values in all aspects of education. When the value of human beings is assessed as high and the value of social organization or other existence as less than the value of man as human beings is greater than 1, when the value of social organization or other existence is above the value of man, man Value is less than 1. The higher the person's valuation, or the lower the social organization and other...
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  • Later, the local Education Bureau carried out the reform of the principal's responsibility system under the leadership of the board of directors. The establishment of a board of directors is responsible for the school. The principal is appointed by the board of directors and is responsible to the board of directors. Meanwhile, the school is given greater shoulders and the board of directors can provide more resources to schools So as to improve the treatment of teachers and solve their...
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  • Increase the value of education To solve the problem of studying abroad and capital outflows, the fundamental way to improve the educational ecology lies in further improving the human value of education. Change education management, education evaluation and teaching, education should be closer to student-oriented step by step, aimed at the growth and development needs of students. To serve students. This shift is not a one-to-one, but an overall effect. Without changing this situation, the...
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  • During about 500 years during the Spring and Autumn Period (770 BC-476 BC) and the Warring States Period (475 BC-221 BC), the ancient Chinese society had undergone drastic changes and developed from a patriarchal clan society to a traditional one. At that time, the rich and varied schools of thought of philosophers and philosophers, including the yin and yang, Confucianism, Mohism, Taoism, legalists, masters, strategists, farmers, military strategists, miscellaneous writers, novelists, and...
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  • People-oriented is the most urgent, deepest and most humane change in current education in ancient and modern vision. It not only supports the real substantive transformation of the great powers, but also greatly benefits the prosperous development of the Chinese nation and even the future of mankind. However, we must understand why this change can not be achieved or why this change needs to be made. We must also broaden our horizons and trace back to the origins of history so as to...
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  • During the Han Dynasty, Emperor Wu Suu was exiled to the Huns and tortured for 19 years without changing his mind. He always insisted on national integrity and named his name, and set a good example of "loyalty to the monarch" and influenced the value orientation of scholars over the past 2,000 years. Emperor Han Wudi accepted the proposal of Confucianism Dong Zhongshu to "unite Confucianism" and "Confucianism" in his ideology and culture and strive to combine...
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  • Confucianism in the Warring States period is divided into eight schools, of which there are two groups most affected: First, thinking, Mencius school; second is Xunzi school. The principle of "benevolent government" should be practiced without a child advocating political rights and advocating the people-based ideology of "honoring people, nobleness and lightness." It is a school of thought with a high human value. Mencius also from the perspective of philosophical theory...
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  • The present study examined, both theoretically and empirically, the influence of social networks in the initiation of high-technology firm’s internationalisation process. The aim was to answer the question: How does social network influence the initiation of the internationalisation of a high-technology firm? [more]
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  • All the interviews (lasting 60–90 min) were digitally recorded and transcribed verbatim. A second listening was carried out to ensure correspondence between the recorded and the transcribed data. The complete case reports were then sent back to the interviewees for comment, and any inaccuracies they noticed were corrected. In addition, e-mail communication was used to collect further information and to clarify inconsistent issues if necessary. A further step at this point was to look at... [more]
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  • This research intended to focus on the internationalization process in software firms due to the industry’s rapid growth in international activities. In Malaysia, this sector not only has achieved rapid growth but it has also gained much attention and assistance from the government. With this assistance, many indigenous SME software firms have succeeded in developing world-class software products and have expanded sales to international markets. Please visit [more]
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  • Marketing and non profit organisations The idea of applying marketing to nonprofit organizations was introduced in the late 1960’s and developed through the next decades. Its adoption was initially most rapid in organizational and exchange contexts similar to those in the private sector, such as education, healthcare, recreation, transportation, libraries and the arts. By the late 1980’s, it had extended into governmental agencies and organizations whose transactions... [more]
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