Study on De-Administration in Higher Vocational Colleges in China

Min WANG, Dechun ZHOU, Xiaojuan QI, Xiaohong ZOU, Huajun LUO

Abstract


This research explores the present situation of education in the higher vocational colleges in Germany and it brings great influence to the de-administration reform of the higher vocational colleges in China. Then, it concludes the manifestations of de-administration reform of the higher vocational colleges in China. At the same time, it also analyzes the existing problems of de-administration in the higher vocational colleges in China. Hence, it comes up with the reform paths of the higher vocational colleges (HVC) in China.


Keywords


Higher vocational colleges in China; De-administration; Reform paths

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7449

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