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Eastern Asia

Exploring the implementation of low-carbon education in schools

Sustainable development education has been implemented in the world for many years, but its effect is very little. With the growth of population, nature has...
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The Education Blueprint for the Future—Trends and Approaches in UNESCO Education 2030,OECD Education 2030 and China Education 2035

The UN summit held in New York in September 2015 adopted transforming our world – the 2030 agenda for sustainable development :17 goals. As the...
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The role of education level in environmental protection — An empirical analysis based on China General Social Survey

Under the current pattern of development in the modern era, environmental protection faces various problems. In various research fields, scholars have also given different warnings...
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Telling China’s Story Well – The Construction of International Students in Chinese Higher Education Policy

During 2018, 492,185 international students studied in China, meaning that it is now the third largest destination country in terms of total international. Despite this...
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Leaving academia: Why doctoral students take non-academic jobs and how they are prepared

Doctoral education is continuing expanding in many countries yet the academic labor market is not as promising. Lots of doctoral graduates are seeking non-academic employments,...
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Influential Factors and Strategies of International Students Movement ——Based on the perspective of local universities in China

Under the tide of globalization, student internationalization has become the core of the higher education institutions’ development strategy. The OECD data suggest that in 2018,...
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How educational aspiration affects high school students’ well-being in the context of Gaokao

Introduction Well-being, involving not only subjective well-being (SWB) or life satisfaction (LF), quality of life, but also development and flourish (Annas, 1993; Huebner, 1994; Joseph...
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Financial Literacy and Curriculum: A Comparative Study of the United States and China

Introduction As the global financial market has grown, achieving better educational attainment and financial literacy competence for enhancing the quality of life are equally important...
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What is the effect of project-based funding on the knowledge production of scholars in social sciences and humanities?

During the last two decades, the Chinese government has substantially increased public research funding to its higher education institutions (HEIs), and the main form of...
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How Does a Program Manager become the “MR Clutch”? —Based on a College Student Learning Assessment Program

Introduction In the 1980s, the accountability for public colleges and universities was given birth because of the financial considerations of state government in the United...
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