Harbin launches new strategies to reinforce education reform
Updated : 2014-09-25
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Harbin will implement several measures to reinforce education reform, drive the balanced development of education, guarantee education fairness, and optimize the allocation of education resources this year.
Collectivization – A new development strategy for famous schools
Harbin will push forward innovative school management ideas and thorough teaching methods this year to strengthen the modernized education system, complete the school operating system and expand autonomy in school management.
As the cooperation of schools will realize joint development, the implement of collectivization of famous schools is among Harbin’s new education policies.
Rotation of headmasters and teachers to allocate education resources
Based on continuous education resources expansion, Harbin will move forward to allocate education resources and find a balance between urban and rural areas, among regions and among schools.
The rotation system of headmasters and teachers between schools is a strategy to deal with the imbalance of faculty allocation. The education administration will first launch the strategy on some pilot schools, then gradually expand the strategy to all schools.
Pay and benefit improvements for faculty
Harbin plans to improve faculty income levels gradually by completing a faculty salary growth mechanism, launching a merit-pay system and increasing class teacher salaries.
TThe merit-pay needs to be included in the financial budget of regions, counties and cities to guarantee timely payoff.
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