Research on Migrant Children's Educational Choices and Fiscal Policy, Paperback / softback Book

Research on Migrant Children's Educational Choices and Fiscal Policy Paperback / softback

Part of the China Perspectives series

Paperback / softback

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Drawing from global insights and the education supply and demand theory, this book investigates migrant children's education in China, as well as the educational financial policies, which serves as both a background and possible solutions. From a comparative perspective, the education fiscal policies regarding issues with migrant/immigrant students and inequality in the United States and Europe were first examined, before comprehensive theoretical framework is constructed to evaluate the government and public schools' input and migrant children's educational demand in China.

Their school choices, academic performances, educational choices and impact factors from the perspectives of class, gender, society and family are then discussed in depth.

By tracing back to previous fiscal policies regarding migrant children in China and local policies in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, the author further interrogates the existing challenges, possible strategies and solutions. This book will appeal to scholars of education economics, education policy, educational equality and those who're generally interested in Chinese education and society.


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