China's Non-state Universities: What It Takes to Succeed
By Olivia A. Halsall
A Closer Look at China’s World-Class Universities Project
By Charlotte Gao
Guangzhou Rental Reforms: A Step in the Right Direction for China’s Real Estate Market
By Spencer Sheehan
Educating China's Future Leaders: Local Impact of Global Knowledge
By Mercy A. Kuo
China Education Reforms to Emulate Advanced Placement System
By Tyler Sheldon
China “Cheats” the PISA Exams
By Angela Erika Kubo
The Dark Side of China’s “International Divisions”
Driven by the boom in overseas study, schools are creating on-campus prep courses. There are problems.
Wolf Fathers and Harvard Girls
Why China’s Wolf Father and Harvard Girl have sparked an intense debate about approaches to parenting.
Is Shanghai's Education Best?
An OECD assessment last year suggested Shanghai’s schools are the best in the world. Are they?
Fast Food Education
Management consultants like to think that the secret to academic success can be manufactured. It can’t.
Sending Chinese Problems Abroad
Are Chinese parents sending their kids to get an education overseas, or to get them off their hands?
What Shanghai’s PISAs Really Say
Were Shanghai’s PISA scores really a Sputnik moment? Or did they just take the tests more seriously?