Access, Equity, and Capacity in Asia-Pacific Higher by Deane Neubauer, Yoshiro Tanaka (eds.)

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In order to improve the overall quality of Chinese HEIs, construct national leading universities, and create world-class universities, national and local governments of China implemented two key projects—Project 211 (1995) and Project 985 (1998)—channeling billions of renminbi (RMB) toward the nation’s top universities. The purpose of these two projects was to help China’s top universities transition into world-class institutions. This meant that Projects 211 and 985 HEIs would have greater public financial support and better facilities than other universities.

A. Torres. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc. Hawkins, J. N. 2007. ” In Changing Education: Leadership, Innovation, and Development in a Globalizing Asia Pacific, eds. P. D. Hershock, M. Mason, and J. N. Hawkins. Hong Kong: Springer Press. Hawkins, J. , W. James Jacob, and Wenli Li. 2008. ” In Inequality in Education: Comparative and International Perspectives, eds. D. B. Holsinger and W. J. Jacob. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. Equity & Access in Higher Education in Asia 29 Indonesia.

Vietnam. 2007. ICHEFAP. html. Waldman, C. 2008. China’s Educational Performance: Implications for Global Competitiveness, Social Stability, and Long-Term Development. Virginia: Manufacturer’s Alliance/MAPI. Zheng, R. L. 2006. ” Paper presented at Teacher’s College, Columbia University, October 24. Chapter 4 Defining and Measuring Capacity in Asia-Pacific Higher Education Deane Neubauer Introduction The idea of capacity in higher education has a highly intuitive resonance: usually, the more the capacity that an institution has, the better it is presumed to be.

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