By Gerard A. Postiglione
This quantity makes a speciality of guidelines and practices within the schooling of China's nationwide minorities with the aim of assessing the pursuits and impression of state-sponsored schooling for China's non-Han peoples. The essays within the 4 sections of this booklet research cultural demanding situations to country education, the level of academic provision in minority parts, the views of Tibetan and Uyghur minorities towards nation schooling, besides delivering case stories of 4 nationwide minorities. The e-book makes the purpose that regardless of the authoritarian personality of China's kingdom education, range reigns.
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