Open-Door Education in Chinese Communes

  title={Open-Door Education in Chinese Communes},
  author={Pedro Pak-tao Ng},
  journal={Modern China},
  pages={327 - 356}
  • P. Ng
  • Published 1 July 1980
  • Education
  • Modern China
This article will examine the rationale and some of the problems of the implementation of &dquo;open-door education&dquo; (kaimen banxue) in the Chinese communes during the years following the Cultural Revolution. As open-door education is a major aspect of the &dquo;educational revolution&dquo; (jiaoyu geming), this article will also attempt to assess the significance of the educational revolution in the light of certain new policy changes that have been brought about by the present Hua-Deng… 


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