Research on the Informationization Construction of College Admission Management

Yusheng TANG, Dan XIE, Wenxin ZHANG, Xinghua GUAN, Yinben HAN

Abstract


In 2014, the State Council issued the “Implementation Opinions of the State Council on Deepening the Reform of the Examinations and Admission System” (National Development [2014] No. 35), which made the most administrative framework for the reform of the examination and admission system on “promoting a fair and scientific selection of the talented”. The selection mode will be transformed from a single college entrance examination score to a multi-evaluation mechanism based on the college entrance examination, high school grades, and reference from comprehensive quality evaluation. The essence of multi-evaluation is mainly through qualitative or quantitative evaluation of students’ values, learning ability, innovative ability, critical thinking, and other aspects. The traditional college admission system simply cannot meet the requirements of reform. It is urgent to establish a comprehensive evaluation system including enrollment planning, propaganda, admission, and personnel training. This process requires massive-information-processing, and we must establish a suitable college admissions management information system with strong data analysis ability in order to provide technical support and decision support for college admission management.


Keywords


College; Admission management; Comprehensive evaluation; Decision support

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10885

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