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China will start a program this year to send 100 college leaders overseas to receive short term training in foreign countries including Japan, the US, England and Australia, the Beijing News reported Tuesday.|
We all know that western advanced education system have spent several centuries to reach such a high level so that how a 21-day training will change the chinese college education.
There are some many experts who have write a lots of papres of introducing the western education systmem including the diadvantages and advantages that we can obsorb and imitate. All these experts have researched the Western and China's education syetem for decades, so how could the reesults of 21-day overseas training be equivalent to the research results of experts. So is it necessary for our ministy to spend so much on sending out these college leaders who are known to not the decisive role to activate the educational reform?
The reform of edcucaion in China, is an complicated issue invovling the government, college and market etc. A 21-day overseas training can do nothing but wasting money of tax payer
China will start a program this year to send 100 college leaders overseas to receive short term training in foreign countries including Japan, the US, England and Australia, the Beijing News reported Tuesday.
The program, initiated by China's Ministry of Education and State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, aims to let Chinese college leaders learn from the experience of the world's famous universities as well as to promote China's international education cooperation.
The training will last 24 days, with three days in China and 21 days in foreign countries. The cost of the trainees' international trips, food, accommodation and training fees will be paid by the country, but their trip and other expenditures within China will have to be paid by their college.
The 100 college leaders will receive the training in five different groups this year. Only one applicant from each college will be allowed to apply for the training.