Church Schools and Chongqing Modernization Education

Jing SUN, Baohui SUN

Abstract


The opening of port for trade in Chongqing since 1891, the churches offered many kinds of school over here. After more than sixty years and four stages development and evolution that the church schools had developed a relatively complete system for running school in Chongqing. Just the historical contributions for speaking, the church schools not only promoted the modernization of Chongqing’s education, but also forwarded the spread of the western learning in Chongqing, had a profound influence on modern social life in Chongqing
meantime.


Keywords


The church school; The modern education; Chongqing

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