Reflection the Evaluation of Basic Education in China

Shangwei LI, Danping PENG


Evaluation of basic education is to evaluate its quality, which ought to be fundamental, humanistic, just and developmental. At present, because of some unhealthy trends during evaluate the basic education, such as absolutization, leadership-based, subjectivism and utilitarianism, it is necessary to reflect and seek the future of basic education’s evaluation in China.

Key words: Basic education; Evaluation; Orientation


Basic education; Evaluation; Orientation


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