A Literature Research and Analysis of China’s Education Legal System in the Recent Decade

Xi WU

Abstract


This paper aims to conduct an overall teasing of the correlated literature about China’s education legal system in the recent decade, and makes current research situations of education legal system clear, with longitudinal and horizontal analysis of the system. By this we intend to have a clear understanding of the overall situation and the deficiency of the researches and come up with corresponding advice for improvement.


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Education laws; Law system; Higher education

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