Project Title

Education for Quality Growth: Competencies, Employability and Innovation: Research and Development of Instruments 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

HRD 01 2016A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

HRD 01 2016A 

Project Title

Education for Quality Growth: Competencies, Employability and Innovation: Research and Development of Instruments 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

149,896 

Co-funding Amount

43,896 

Total Project Value

193,792 

Sponsoring Forum

Human Resource Development Working Group (HRDWG) 

Topics

Human Resources Development 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Japan; Papua New Guinea; Peru; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/07/2016 

Expected Completion Date

30/04/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Wang Yan 

Job Title 1

Director 

Organization 1

Department for International Exchange, National Institute of Education Sciences 

Postal Address 1

46 Beisanhuanzhonglu, Haidian District, Beijing, China 100088 

Telephone 1

86-10 62003844 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

wang_yan@moe.edu.cn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Wang Yan 

Project Summary

The project will address the needs of all APEC economies, esp. the developing economies, by identifying the path towards quality growth through education reforms, supporting HRDWG vision to promote the well-being of all people and achieve sustainable and inclusive economic growth in the region.

The project aims at building consensus among the APEC economies on their education-related developmental approaches and strategies to achieve quality growth, as well as give technical support for the 6th APEC Education Ministerial Meeting, by delivering a research basis facilitated by research papers such as baseline report and policy instruments such as APEC Education Strategy.

The project will be a one year project that involves workshops and online discussion. It will synthesize insights and knowledge of what works in education through collaborative efforts of APEC economies, towards the goal of common prosperity and economic integration.

Relevance

Education is critical to sustainable economic growth and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific Region. A great number of researches suggest that investments in quality education propel rapid economic growth and sustainable development. Educated individuals have more skills, have better employment opportunities and thus are able to earn higher wages, making them more resilient to economic shocks. This stability has a spillover effect on the next generation, as such individuals are more able to raise healthy children. 

To satisfy 21st Century economic demand for skilled labor, education reform and development must tap into the potential talent of the entire population, thereby benefiting society and the economy alike. When economies go up the economic value-added chain, esp. in the context of deteriorating environment, enlarging inequity, high unemployment, and unstable economic performance, the demand for workers with high level cognitive and non-cognitive skills rises, which in turn increases the demand for higher quality education. 

To meet this demand, education systems must adapt their policies and approaches accordingly. Hence the project “Inclusive and Quality Education: Competencies, Employability and Innovation” is proposed to meet the demand for changing the strategies and approaches to deliver the education. Competencies include cognitive skills and non-cognitive skills; Employability links education with labor market by testifying the value of individual education attainment; Innovation is indispensable for individuals’ development as well as for economic prosperity and social stability. 

The project aims at building consensus among the APEC economies on their education-related developmental strategies to achieve quality growth that include economic growth, social inclusion and environmental sustainability as well as better employment outcomes, by developing research papers such as Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region and policy instruments such as APEC Education Strategy, among others. It will synthesize insights and knowledge of what works in education through collaborative efforts of APEC economies through workshops and online discussion, towards the goal of common prosperity and economic integration. 

Research and development of instruments relating to education for quality growth have mostly started since 2016 on the basis of consensus reached by member economies at HRDWG EDNET Meeting in 2015 and Planning Meeting for the 6th APEC Education Ministerial Meeting (hereinafter referred to as AEMM) held in January 2015. Drawing upon previous experiences in preparing for the APEC Education Ministerial Meetings, the project seeks funding support to reinforce financial base for research and development of instruments, particularly APEC Education Strategy and Baseline   t Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region which are both deliverables of the 6th AEMM, focusing on competencies, employability and innovation and towards the goal of education for quality growth.

Objectives

1) To produce a baseline report on current education status in the region;

2) To develop the APEC Education Strategy, a blue print of APEC’s education work for five years with both mid- and long-term goals till 2020 and 2030;

3) To develop recommendations for the 6th AEMM;

4) To exchange information and experiences related to professional skills, employability and innovation among universities of the member APEC economies, in order to strengthen study plans and programs of universities in these themes; and

5) To promote identified best practices on development sustainability of any instrument and its impact, without affecting quality.

Alignment

The project is aligned with the theme of “Quality Growth and Human Development” as well as one of the four priorities of “Developing Human Capital” of the APEC 2016, and highlights approaches and strategies for human capital development through education.

The project is also aligned with the statement of the 2015 Leaders' Declaration that "we will continue to drive regional and global economic prosperity through quality economic growth", among others, through "investing in human capital development", particularly "to redouble our efforts to empower our people with the tools to benefit from and participate in economic growth". 

The project will create synergy among APEC economies by jointly developing an APEC Education Strategy, resonating the statement of the 2015 Leaders' Declaration that "underscore(s) the synergy between our ambition to improve human capital development and our goals to improve people-to-people connectivity and to continue the promotion of cross-border cooperation in education". 

With the themes of "competencies, employability and innovation", the project will enhance the "development of skills that industry needs to effectively contribute to the next phase of our region’s economic growth. Furthermore, by consultation with various stakeholders, it will realize the instruction of "working closely with businesses, education and training providers, employment services, and civil society to understand the skills needed by the industry" and produce a guideline for developing education and training programs that will equip people with the skills and competencies to join the workforce and fulfill their potential" noted in the 2015 Leaders' Declaration. 

Likewise, the Strategy is aligned with the 22nd APEC Economic Leaders’ Declaration for an integrated, innovative and interconnected Asia-Pacific region. It recognizes innovation as a critical lever for economic growth and structural reform and agrees to strengthen the collaboration amongst government, academia, and private sector stakeholders to build science capacity, to promote an enabling environment for innovation and to include the establishment of training centers for the commercialization of research, and to enhance regional science and technology connectivity. 

Furthermore, the Strategy echoes an earlier call from 2012 Leaders’ Statement “to promote cross-border education that creates opportunities for our people, on a voluntary basis consistent with individual economies’ circumstances, to access education and training services, strengthen regional ties, contribute to the creation of better quality jobs, bolster productivity growth and further promote economic growth through actionable cooperation.” 

It is aligned with the HRDWG’s vision of “to promote the well-being of all people and achieve sustainable and inclusive economic growth in the region” as well as the objective of “to share best practices and develop approaches to Education and Skills Development with a view to better-integrating people into the Global Economy” noted in the HRDWG’s Strategic Plan 2014-2016. 

It will produce expected outcomes of the 2016 HRDWG workplan, i.e.“the main deliverables for the 6th AEMM will include Joint Ministerial Statement, APEC Education Strategy and Baseline Report on Current Status of Education in Asia-Pacific Region, etc.”

TILF/ASF Justification

To achieve the APEC’s goal of sustainable economic growth and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region warrant inclusive and quality education. The project will potentially enhance mutual learning and mutual reinforcement of education systems among APEC member economies in Asia Pacific Region. In particular, the project could inspire developing economies by best practices of education reform and development to benefit their education policymaking. 

The project will also be conducive to education development of developing economies, with a coherent education development strategy that could ascertain direction, approaches and strategies of future education reform up to 2020 with a vision towards 2030, focusing on competencies, employability and innovation to achieve the goal of quality growth. 

In addition, the formulation of APEC Education Strategy and the Baseline Report itself would be a process of capacity development, when the representatives from member economies join the task force, work with their peers in developing economies, and contribute to the strategy paper. In that process, they’ll re-examine their education systems and align their development course with the regional development. 

Furthermore, sustainable economic growth and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region is premised on a competent and innovative workforce better prepared for job-market-and-employment. By research and development of instruments focusing on competencies, employability and innovation, the project will hopefully enhance developing economies’ potential ability for better employment and performance in labor market and achieve the long-term goal of economic growth and regional economic integration.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:  

Output 1: APEC Education Strategy: The APEC Education Strategy will be a blueprint of education development up to 2020 with a view to advancing related global agenda such as UN SDG 2030 and UNESCO Education 2030. As a deliverable of the 6th AEMM, the Strategy also will serve as a guideline that bridges the Joint Ministerial Statement with education policies in specific APEC economies. Through research-based collective work and consultations with stakeholders and drawing upon existing related research and strategic publications, it will a) achieve common understanding of the role of education in economic growth and integration; b) identifying the goal of education development by 2020 with a vision of education development by 2030; c) synthesizing lessons from previous APEC work in education; d) proposing actions to take in each priority area; e) proposing implementation levers for the Strategy, among other things.

Through system-wise analysis and region-wise consultation, the theme of quality growth and human development will be translated into concrete evidence-based policy recommendations and implementation leavers. Hence it would promote the economic growth through mutual learning and advance economic integration in Asia-Pacific Region will thus be promoted.

Output 2: Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia and Pacific Region: The Baseline Report will reflect the most up-to-date education status in APEC economies and education development in Asia Pacific Region as a whole. It consists of overview and 21 chapters contribute by member economies, each containing the following parts: overview, education system chart, education administration system, education governance system, key education policies, and key indicators and statistics (optional). It will serve as the background paper for Joint Ministerial Statement of the 6th AEMM and the APEC Education Strategy, esp. by providing cases of best practices of policy reform and innovation. 

Output 3: Action Plan of the APEC Education Strategy: It is planned that the Action Plan for the APEC Education Strategy will be developed jointly by APEC host economy, the EDNET coordinator as well as  leading economy of each priority areas decided at the 6th AEMM for further education development in the Asia Pacific Region. 

Outcomes: Consensus will be reached on strategy of education development for 2016-2020 with a vision up to 2030 in the sphere of APEC.

Priority areas, policy actions and implementation levers for education development will be identified in a collaborative manner among APEC economies.

Sharing of systemic and updated knowledge and information of education systems and reforms will be enhanced;

Mutual understanding, mutual learning and mutual reinforcement of education development among APEC member will be expanded; and

Synergy of future collaboration, in terms of projects and initiatives, will be increased among APEC economies.

Beneficiaries: All APEC economies will benefit from the project including the processes and outcomes of collaborating on the APEC Education Strategy, the Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region, the Action Plan for APEC Education Strategy and related meetings, workshops and conferences. The outcomes of the project will be applicable to policymakers, researchers and practitioners, including those from developed and developing economies, from, yet not limited to education sector. The direct beneficiaries include the ministers and senior officials who will attend the 6th APEC Education Ministerial Meeting and endorse these two documents. The focal points of the APEC HRDWG and EDNET, the representatives of APEC member economies nominated as the Task Force Members of the APEC Education Strategy as well as government officials whose work related to human resource development and education should also benefit from the projects.  (please find the namelist of task force of APEC Education Strategy at the end of this part). In the long run, the project is expected to generate positive changes and far-reaching impact upon education systems and thus would also benefit the students and teachers in Asia Pacific Region in the long run. 

The policymakers will directly benefit from the Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region, particularly, the ministers of education and other education policymakers could obtain a more complete and thorough understanding of current education status in Asia Pacific Region, to learn from other economies’ methods, approaches and strategies and organizing, structuring and operating education systems. The Baseline Report could facilitate officials who work in the field of APEC (esp. focal points and liaison persons of the APEC member economies) for their collaboration with other APEC member economies by directing them into right counterparts, expanding their opportunities for collaboration and updating their knowledge of the education systems in other member economies to improve the quality and efficiency of communication and collaboration. Likewise, researchers could refer to the Baseline Report their research for engaging in exchange and cooperation with their counterparts in other APEC economies. 

In the same vein, the ministers of education and other policymakers could benefit from the APEC Education Strategy. By the Strategy, the APEC member economies will reach consensus on goals of education development for their joint benefits and align development of member economies with overall regional development goals. The Strategy contains strategies and approaches to education reform and development that could hopefully facilitate the education policy reform of member economies and While  the content of the documents are relevant to most government developments, it will also benefit related APEC fora  for application on a larger scope.

Furthermore, the project will benefit all policymakers and officials whose work related to APEC by creating a new approach to development APEC policy document on the basis of collective work and solid consensus, i.e. both documents will be developed by the APEC member economies, either focal points of the government officials or scholars/experts nominated by the government. It is for the first time that the nominated government officials and researchers work together to develop a policy document of the APEC and for the APEC by contributing their thoughts and ideas. Thus the document will embody the collective insight and wisdom for regional education development and create a far-reaching and wide-spread impact. 

In doing so, hopefully it would promote the economic growth through mutual learning and economic integration in Asia-Pacific Region will thus be promoted. 

Please see the list of APEC Education Strategy Task Force members as follows: 

1) Australia: Stephen Trengove-Jones, Director, Americas, APEC, Middle East and Africa, International Mobility Branch, International Group, Australian Government Department of Education and Training

2) Chile: Mr. Francisco Jeria, Chief Adviser of our Minister of Education, Ministry of Education

3) China: Zhou Tianming, Director, Department for Development and Planning, Ministry of Education

4) China: Wang Xiaofei, Deputy Director, National Institute of Education Sciences

5) Indonesia: Suharti, Chief, Bureau for Planning and International Cooperation

6) Japan: Kazuo Akiyama, Director for Overseas Cooperation, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

7) Japan: Mihoko Toyoshima, Specialist, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

8)  Republic of Korea: Ji-Yon Lee, Professor, Sehan University

9) Republic of Korea: Sung Min Park, Associate Professor, Baewha Women’s University

10) Malaysia: Mohd. Yunus Bin Charlie Charington, Undersecretary, International Relations Division, Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia

11) Mexico: Salvador A. Malo Álvarez, Director General for Higher Education, Secretary of Public Education

12) Mexico: Juan José Serrato, Coordinator of Advisers of the undersecretary of higher education, Secretary of Public Education

13) Papua New Guinea: Jennifer Kinandi, Manager-International Relations, Department of Higher Education, Research, Science & Technology

14)  Peru: Mario Raúl Rivera Orams, Counselor, National Education Council

15) The Philippines: MARISSA G. LEGASPI, Executive Director, Technical Education and Skills Development

16) The Philippines: NAPOLEON K. JUANILLO, JR., Director IV., Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

17) The Philippines: ROGER B. MASAPOL, Director IV, Department of Education (DepEd)

18)  Russia Federation: Boris Zhelezov, Deputy First Vice Rector, National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE)

19) Russia Federation: Ksenia Elovskikh, International Department, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Chief-expert

20)  Chinese Taipei: Dian-Fu Chang, Dean, College of Education, Tamkang University

21) Thailand: Amornwich Nakornthap, Lecturer, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University

22)  Thailand: Usa Chuchart, Educator (Senior Professional Level), Office of Education Council, Educational Research and Development Bureau, Ministry of Education

23) Thailand: Kanittha Hanirattisai, Chief, International Organization Cooperation Unit, Bureau of International Cooperation, Ministry of Education

24) USA: Bridget Humphries, Senior Research Associate, Leed Management Consulting, Inc Senior Research Associate

25) OECD:Deborah Roseveare, Head of Skills Beyond School Division,Directorate for Education and Skills

26) World Bank: Amer Hasan, Senior Economist, Education Sector

Dissemination

Both APEC Education Strategy and Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region will be adopted by education ministers from 21 economies at the 6th AEMM scheduled on Oct 4-6 at Lima, Peru.

As aforementioned, primary intended beneficiaries are ministers, policymakers and focal points of the APEC HRDWG EDNET and secondary intended beneficiaries are researchers and practitioners who could either refer to the documents in policymaking, research and practice as a way to learn from and draw upon lessons and experiences of other APEC economies as well as the APEC as a whole. After the adoption of the APEC Education Strategy and Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region at the 6th AEMM, both documents will be made available on the APEC HRDWG EDNET webpage. The documents will also be emailed to focal points of HRDWG members for their reference and application through APEC Secretariat.

Presentations about both documents will be made at ensuing annual HRDWG EDNET meeting and member economies will be encouraged to refer to the Strategy at domestic events. The Strategy will also be communicated with international organizations through members in the Task Force for APEC Education Strategy and through joint events with the international organizations.

Gender

The project will ensure representativeness of both genders, especially involvement of women at every stage of the project, so that it could enhance women’s full participation in educational and economic activities in the APEC region which is critical to the achievement of sustainable economic development in the region. Specific measures include: inviting women in the setup of taskforce or committee for research and development of instruments and including women in all the workshops and meetings to ensure equitable participation by men and women, with percentage of female participants reaching over half in both cases.

The APEC would benefit from the project by strengthening the role of women in development of high-level APEC policy document as well as implementation which are mostly dominated by men otherwise. Moreover, both APEC Education Strategy and the Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region as well as the meeting in August will highlight the issues faced by female students in the region, to address the issues of low participation of girls in education and low completion rate of girls as well as relatively lower employment rate of women. Hopefully it could elp better prepare female students for engaging in the economy and integrating into the global economy, as their opposite gender do.

Work Plan

The concept notes for both APEC Education Strategy and the Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region has been developed and endorsed at the Planning Meeting for 6th AEMM held at Beijing, China in January 2016. The concept notes spelt out the relevance/rationale, objective, methodology, timeline and proposed chapter outline/contents. 

A Task Force for the APEC Education Strategy have been set up, including nominated representatives from 15 economies and representatives from OECD and World Bank. On the basis of synthesizing the contents contributed by several Task Force Members, a sample draft has been produced and endorsed at the HRDWG EDNET meeting held in May 2016 at Arequipa, Peru. The Task Force Members will continue to contribute their suggested content for the APEC Education Strategy. The contents will be then synthesized into a draft strategy paper for review at a workshop scheduled on August 2-3, 2016 at Sydney, Australia. The reviewed strategy paper will be submitted to the 3rd preparatory conference for the 6th AEMM scheduled in mid-July at Lima, Peru. Finally, the revised and finalized strategy paper will be submitted to the 6th AEMM scheduled on October 4-6 at Lima, Peru for adoption. 

Likewise, two sample chapters for the Baseline Report were presented at the HRDWG EDNET meeting held in May 2016 at Arequipa, Peru. The APEC member economies will submit their economy-specific chapters by July. An editorial board will be set up to analyze the chapters towards an overview of education status in Asia Pacific Region. 

All the member economies will contribute their part for the APEC Education Strategy and share related cost on voluntary basis. In particular, the project is seeking funding support for the an APEC Education Strategy Workshop in August 2016, Consultation Meeting on the Draft Strategy Paper and Draft Baseline Report in September 2016 and a Workshop on Action Plan of the APEC Education Strategy in March 2017. In addition, the APEC HRDWG EDNET will provide additional funding for research, publication and organization of related meetings/workshops indicated as self-funding in the Itemized Budget. Please find detailed timeline as follows:

January 2016

Reaching consensus on the Concept Note of APEC Education Strategy

March 2016

Nominating Task Force Members for the APEC Education Strategy

April - May 2016

Development of sample chapters of the Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia-Pacific Region

April 2016

Developing a Framework for the APEC Education Strategy

May 2016:

Reviewing the Sample Draft Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia-Pacific Region and Sample Draft for the APEC Education Strategy at the Preparatory Conference for 6th AEMM

June - July 2016

Development of the Draft APEC Education Strategy and Draft Baseline Report 

August 2016

Review and revise the draft document by an APEC Education Strategy Workshop

September 2016

Soliciting comments and suggestions from APEC member economies by a Consultation Meeting on the Draft Strategy Paper and Draft Baseline Report

October 2016

Submission, review and adoption of both documents at the 6th AEMM

November – March  2017

Development of Action Plan of the APEC Education Strategy

March – April 2017

Revision and Finalization of Action Plan of the APEC Education Strategy by a Workshop on Action Plan of the APEC Education Strategy

May 2017

Adoption of the APEC Education Strategy at the EDNET Meeting

Risks

The implementation of the project might involve the risk of low participation or using results of the project. To cope with such potential risk, a task force for the APEC Education Strategy has been set up, which is composed of representatives of the policymakers and researchers from APEC member economies. In the same vein, an advisory board has been established to maximize the participation of stakeholders. Likewise, the Baseline Report on Current Status of Education in Asia and Pacific Region will be authored by member economies to ensure their participation and application of the report afterwards.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The project scheduled is set in line with preparation for the 6th AEMM, with its outcomes consistent with deliverables of the 6th AEMM. It'll also develop action plan and indicators for future assessment and evaluation. The participants of the project will include both men and women representatives on an equal basis. The issue of gender equity will also be addressed in the outcome documents of the project. 

The project will use the following indicators to monitor the project:

1)  Participant statistics including the number, gender, institutions and economies involved in the project, two thirds of the APEC member economies shall be represented in the Task Force for the APEC Education Strategy and all the 21 APEC economies shall complete their chapters in the Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region. More than half of the Task Force members shall be female

2) Endorsement of the APEC Education Strategy and Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region by the education ministers at the 6th AEMM;

3)  The successful agreement of the Action Plan on APEC Education Strategy of APEC representatives including the policymakers, education administrators and researchers and implementation of the action plan afterwards.

The evaluation methods include:

1)  Questionnaires will be used to collect the feedback at various stages of the project implementation.

2) The APEC Education Strategy, Baseline Report on Current Status of Education in Asia Pacific Region and the Action Plan of the APEC Education Strategy will all go through review among member economies and external multilateral organizations before finalization or publication.

Linkages

The project will involve consultation of such stakeholders as government agencies, research agencies, business/industry representatives, and incorporate global agenda such as UN SDG 2030 and UNESCO Education 2030. In that case, it will invite the representative of other multi-lateral organizations such as UNESCO, World Bank and OECD to benefit from their expertise and experiences, to invite representative of these organizations to join the APEC Education Strategy Task Force particularly, among other things. 

It will build on previous or ongoing APEC initiative or those of other organizations by drawing upon their findings and lessons and also highlight the special need of APEC member economies. 

As it basically provides research foundation and development instruments for the AEMM, a milestone event in the history of APEC in the sphere of education, APEC is in the best position to provide funding support to achieve its goals and objectives.

Sustainability

The post-implementation actions include disseminating the APEC Education Strategy through APEC HRDWG followed up by formulating action plan on the basis of priority areas proposed by APEC member economies, with action plan for each priority area led by the proposing economies.

The Baseline Report on Current Education Status in Asia Pacific Region will also be disseminated updated regularly, either every two years or every four years to keep the APEC member economies updated on the education status in Asia Pacific region for policymaking and for education reform and development.

An evaluation will be carried out by the HRDWG EDNET through  survey to check participants and representatives of APEC members’ satisfaction towards both documents in the mid-stage of project implementations and potential interventions will be made accordingly.

Project Overseers

Ms. Wang Yan, Director, Department of International Cooperation, National Institute of Education Sciences. In her prior role, she was consultant to the World Bank, executive director, Department for International Cooperation, Beijing Institute of Education Sciences. Yan has designed implemented a number of international collaborative projects on a variety of education issues with solid output, outcome and impact. She has also been closely involved in multiple education initiatives on research and capacity building with international organizations such as the World Bank, UNESCO and UNICEF. Yan holds a Ph.D. of Education Policy and Administration from the University of Hong Kong, a Master of Educational Economics and Administration and a first degree in English Literature. She has authored, co-authored and edited numerous articles, reports and books on education policy, administration, social studies and international studies in both English and Chinese. 

E-mail: wang_yan@moe.edu.cn

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