Improving E-gadgets to Help the Elderly is NecessarySeptember 14, 2017Many senior citizens in China are struggling to adapt to advanced electronic gadgets, such as hire-on-demand car-hailing apps on their mobile phones and self-checkout machines in...
Gender Imbalance of Education to Be AddressedSeptember 13, 2017As a ubiquitous phenomenon in member states of the OECD, the womanized trend of education has been caused by varying factors and has taken many forms in its existence.
Ideal Maternity Leave Is Neither Short Nor Too LongSeptember 11, 2017Recent years have seen local authorities revising the population and family planning regulations as well as woman employees' labor protection regulations.
Can Computers Enhance the Work of Teachers?September 6, 2017As schools struggle to raise high school graduation rates and close the persistent achievement gap for minority and low-income students, many educators tout digital technology in...
Expert Shares Opinion on Internet Safety for ChildrenSeptember 4, 2017Lu Qin, a senior expert on child education, recently shared her views on how to guide youngsters to use the Internet safely, prevent addiction and avoid harmful content online.
A Waste for Well-educated Women to Be Housewives?September 3, 2017Since the introduction of the two-child policy in 2016, an increasing number of well-educated women have quit their jobs and are staying home to take care of their babies.
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