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Middle school students learn Chinese calligraphy in a California World Languages Project immersion class. (Photo: Hélène Chan)
The California World Languages Program brings Mandarin immersion to diverse student populations.
China’s education system is strong in many ways, but shows weaknesses in college. (Paul Burns/Getty Images)
China can improve its higher education system by introducing incentives for students and teachers.
Free online courses from Stanford GSE for Fall 2016 focus on innovative assessment practices. (Photo: UL/SCALE)
New MOOCs to focus on instructional improvement and student learning.
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