Implementation Deviation and Correction of the Kindergarten Teacher Qualification System in China

Chenchen YANG, Yunyan LIU

Abstract


Deviancies such as perfunctoriness, addition, defect and substitution exist in the aspect of kindergarten teacher qualification system in China during its implementation. Implementation deviation of the system stands in the way of achieving institutional objectives, which are certainly a breach of normal institutional order. In the ways of establishing professional group for the recognition of qualifications, perfecting supervision and accountability mechanism, enhancing the operability of kindergarten teacher qualification system and so forth, the effective implementation of kindergarten teacher qualification system in China will then be guaranteed.


Keywords


Kindergarten teacher qualification system in China; Implementation deviation; Correction

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