China’s education system is broken.
At least that’s the argument that has been made.
It’s not just that China has the lowest per-student per-capita income of any major advanced country, and the government doesn’t have the money to make sure every child has a good education.
It has to do with how Chinese society views the education system and the quality of the curriculum.
And the answer to both questions is no.
As Quartz reported this month, there’s an overwhelming lack of quality, and there’s little demand to have a good school experience.
“We’ve been studying for a long time, but we have nothing to show for it,” said Zhang Hongbin, a Chinese graduate student who recently attended a course at a public high school.
He says that while he was there, he noticed students doing things that weren’t in their usual place and learning from the wrong teachers.
The school he was at also had a terrible reputation for bad teaching.
“I didn’t want to go there,” he said.
But after his experience, he has no regrets.
China’s students are the world’s most deprived and underrepresented in education, and many of them don’t seem to care, said Hongbin.
But the education authorities have other ideas.
There are about two million Chinese in the country’s schools, but they have no way of determining the quality.
And because of the system’s strict adherence to national guidelines, they’re also unlikely to ever have the opportunity to go to private schools.
“There’s no place for good teachers to come, and no place to go,” Zhang said.
The system’s also broken for its students.
China doesn’t want the Chinese government to lose the economic advantages of having a strong, unified economy.
“In the long run, it’s more important to have the government’s backing than to have private sector backing,” said Hongxiang Li, a professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Li said that when China started opening up in the 1970s, there were about 100 million Chinese living in rural areas.
Now, that number is around 200 million.
And as China’s economy has grown, the number of schools has also grown.
It now has more than one million schools, with more than 40,000 in urban areas.
Those schools don’st meet the quality standards of those in the countryside.
“China’s education is broken,” Li said.
“You have a lot of people who have never been in a school.
They can’t read, can’t write, can only read texts that were given to them in a classroom.
You don’t get good teachers.
You have poor students.
And they can’t learn from anyone.”
So the education officials in China have set out to fix the problem.
The government has built a network of academies, which have grown exponentially in the last few decades, with the goal of opening all Chinese schools.
But most of the schools are small, underperforming schools, said Zhang.
“Many of the private schools are really poorly run, with lots of people working on them and they are very difficult to manage,” he added.
The problem is that the quality and quality of these schools isn’t high.
“The schools are a mess,” said Li.
“Some of them are really poor, with bad textbooks and terrible instruction.”
A new system for teachers One of the problems is that schools don’ t have teachers to teach.
The Chinese government has been trying to open up a new model for teaching, with a new system that involves students going to classes in a virtual classroom, using a mobile app to communicate, and using video-conferencing software to collaborate.
But it’s not yet working.
There is still no real way to get a teacher to show up at a classroom in real time.
And it’s hard to say if the schools can even manage a virtual environment.
Some schools, such as those in Guangzhou, have had to resort to relying on remote teachers, who often have little experience with students and don’t know how to handle physical classrooms.
“When you look at a school like that, you see the physical classrooms are all packed, and you don’t see any physical classrooms,” said Chen Xiaojun, an expert on education at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
But Chen said the system is still in its early days, and that it could be years before it’s implemented.
“This is an effort to try and develop the schools’ infrastructure, so that they can take care of the physical environment,” Chen said.
One thing is clear: There’s no doubt that education is in serious trouble in China.
In fact, in recent years, Chinese education has been among the worst in the world.
The country ranked 23rd out of 25 in the 2017 Global Education Index, a ranking that takes into account education and literacy and includes China’s most populous