China Urban and Rural Public Education Service Equalization
Development and Application of Performance Measurement
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Centering on issues of disparity and equality in basic public education services in China, this book proposes a performance measurement system that assesses and guides equality of basic public education in urban and rural areas.
The author moves beyond traditional research approaches by drawing on methods of public management and mathematics. Pivoted on an improved balanced scorecard model, a complete set of indicators and measuring tools are constructed, whereby the process of education equality can be more effectively measured, managed, and steered. Grounded in empirical studies on public education in the country's Sichuan Province, the book advances suggestions on better policies and optimizing implementation for the purpose of attaining equitable public education services in urban and rural areas. Finally, the study envisages further research directions and possible applications of the performance appraisal model.
The title will be of value to scholars and students of education studies, especially those interested in public education, educational equity, and Chinese public education services.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Basic Theories for Measuring Equalization Performance of Urban and Rural Basic Public Education Services 3. Obstacles and Solutions to Equalization Performance Measurement of Basic Public Education Services 4. Overall Design of Equalization Performance Measurement in Basic Public Education Services 5. Empirical Study on the Equalization of Urban and Rural Basic Public Education Services in Sichuan Province 6. Policy Optimization and Selection for Equalization of Basic Public Education Services in Sichuan 7. Conclusions and prospect
Luo Zhe is a professor and doctoral supervisor in the School of Public Administration at Sichuan University. His main research areas are human capital management and development, talent policy, and public services.