The results of the seventh census showed that the population of the country with a university education was 218.36 million. Compared with 2010, the average years of education of the population aged 15 and above increased from 9.08 years to 9.91 years, and the illiteracy rate dropped from 4.08% to 2.67%.

  1. Educational level population

The population with high school (including technical secondary school) education is 213,005,258; the population with junior high school education is 487,163,489; the population with elementary school education is 349,658,828 (people with various education levels above include graduates of various schools) , Undergraduates and school students). Compared with the sixth national census in 2010, the number of people with university education per 100,000 people rose from 8,930 to 15,467; those with high school education rose from 14032 to 15088; those with junior high school education rose from 38,788 The number of people dropped to 34,507; those with elementary school education dropped from 26,779 to 24,767.

The number of people with various education levels per 100,000 population in each region

  1. Average years of education

Among the 31 provinces, 13 provinces have an average education period of more than 10 years, 14 provinces between 9 and 10 years, and 4 provinces with less than 9 years of education.

Average number of years of education of the population aged 15 and above by region

  1. Illiterate population

Among the national population, the illiterate population (people aged 15 and over who cannot read) is 37,750,200. Compared with the sixth national census in 2010, the illiterate population decreased by 16,906,373, and the illiteracy rate [4] decreased from 4.08% to 2.67% , A decrease of 1.41 percentage points.

Communiqué of the Seventh National Census (No. 6)

With a population of nearly 100 million, the country’s GDP is fifth in the country, education level is the fifth in the country, and the central and eastern part is the first. The peacock flew southeast, and the province could not keep it. Many people were unconvinced when Zhengzhou entered the national central city. We look forward to substantive progress in education in our province. Focusing on the situation in the province, the situation is not optimistic. The level of education per 100,000 in Henan is terrible. As the third most populous province, Henan Province, with a population of nearly 100 million, ranks fifth from the bottom in terms of education per 100,000 population, only slightly better than Yunguichuan and Guangxi. But Henan’s GDP is fifth in the country. It is urgent to support the development of higher education in Henan. The national urbanization rate is 63%, and Henan’s urbanization rate is only 50%. The future urbanization rate of Henan will be an important support affecting China’s economic development. The urbanization rate is lower than the country by more than 10 points. Henan is really not easy. It is necessary to keep the granary and find a way to get rid of poverty. See Henan for the rise of Central China.

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helpmekim
8 months ago

This data is quite scary, and I think it is the most shocking of the entire seven-person data. What is the concept of 218 million? In 2010, this data was less than 120 million, including more than 60 million junior colleges, more than 40 million undergraduates, and more than 4 million graduate students. But now, the data has almost doubled, with 218 million college degrees and above. Of course, the specific distribution has not been announced. Let’s analyze this data carefully. What is the concept of an increase of nearly 100 million at the junior college level and above? Normally, you go to college at the age of 18, go to a junior college, graduate from a college at about 21, and graduate from a bachelor at about 22. College students who graduated after 2010 are almost those born after 1988, for a simple and crude comparison. We default that the post-90s graduates will start college graduation in 2010, which means that college graduates after 2010 can almost be considered post-90s. The total number of post-90s is only 175 million, while the number of new college students is 100 million. This means that among peers, the proportion of college students is nearly 60%. Due to the lack of detailed data, I assume that colleges and undergraduates expand in the same proportion, which means that among the same age, the proportion of undergraduates is about 24%. One out of four people is an undergraduate. In the 2010 six-person popularization, the number of graduate students announced was more than four million. In 2021, the number of graduate students enrolled will exceed 3 million. The expansion of the scale of education has improved the overall quality. However, at the same time, compared with those who were in the state of classmates many years ago, the current students have learned a lot, spent a lot of time and energy, and have abilities in language expression and professional skills. Very strong, but not as high-quality jobs as the classmates experienced many years ago.

heloword
8 months ago

Educational deepening and knowledge unemployment [The purpose of this excerpt is to serve as a reference for this issue] A dual economic structure exists not only between urban and rural areas but also in urban areas in developing countries. The urban labor market is generally divided into the formal sector. For the modern sector) and the informal sector (traditional sector). The so-called formal sector refers to those large companies and government departments with relatively high wages and benefits and relatively stable jobs; the informal sector refers to individual small businesses and temporary jobs with insecure jobs, low pay and unstable worker. Generally speaking, well-educated people do not consider employment in the informal sector. They are crowded into the formal sector to find work. However, as mentioned in Section 3, the capacity of the formal sector to create employment opportunities is very limited. In this way, with the rapid development of education, the number of knowledge workers cultivated by schools has become more and more larger than the number of new employment opportunities provided by modern departments. As a result, some educated workers will definitely be unable to find jobs. So, who is most likely to be unemployed? Employers in the modern sector are faced with a large number of job-seekers for graduates of schools at all levels. They first recruit graduates with higher education, then consider hiring middle school graduates, and finally consider hiring primary school graduates. . Since there are more job seekers than job opportunities, primary school graduates will be rejected first from the factory gates, followed by secondary school graduates. The process of knowledge unemployment is also the deepening process of education. Due to the limited employment opportunities in the modern sector, those who are unqualified have to bow down and look for lower-level jobs; on the other hand, employers also tend to hire more educated people to work in jobs that were originally performed by lower educated people. In this way, the jobs that were competent for the blind in the original text are now replaced by elementary school graduates, the jobs that the former elementary school graduates can do are now replaced by middle school graduates, and the things that former middle school graduates can do are now taken over by college graduate intellectuals. . This means that, relative to the needs of the national economy for manpower, there is a situation of “overedueation” (overedueation). The “excessive” development of education in developing countries has led to educated unemployment, but in turn, educated unemployment has also contributed to the further expansion of education. In the early stages of educational development, the unemployed were mainly composed of illiterate people. In order to avoid the risk of unemployment, parents send their children to elementary school, so elementary education is expanding. However, with the expansion of primary education, the unemployment rate of primary school graduates has gradually increased. In order to prevent unemployment, those students who have finished elementary school now have to enter the middle school to continue their studies. However, expanding secondary education must also expand primary education, because those illiterate who can hardly find jobs in the modern sector must now receive a minimum education. When it is difficult for middle school graduates to find jobs, the demand for higher education increases. The government has to expand higher education, but it must expand secondary and elementary education at the same time. It can be seen that every deterioration in the employment situation requires the expansion of formal education. This leads to an unbelievable conclusion: There may be a situation in developing countries: the more unprofitable a certain level of education becomes as an end point, the more rapidly the demand for this level of education expands and the government expands The greater the pressure exerted by the investment in this level of education. The interaction between the excessive development of education and knowledge unemployment will inevitably lead to the improper allocation of resources in developing countries and the low efficiency of education investment. This is reflected in two aspects. On the one hand, well-educated knowledge workers are idle and semi-idle, which is a serious waste of human resources. On the other hand, the excessive development of education consumes a large amount of material resources of the country, and if these resources are used elsewhere, much greater benefits may be produced. This situation can be represented by Figure 5.8. In Figure 5.8, the social benefit curve initially rises quickly, and then rises very slowly (the slope initially increases and then decreases, which is the change in marginal social benefits), which reflects the high efficiency of investment in primary education. The benefit of education investment in education has gradually declined. On the other hand, the social cost curve rises slowly in the basic education stage, and rises extremely rapidly in the higher education stage. The reasons are: on the one hand, high investment in higher education requires a lot of money, such as building school buildings and purchasing equipment and books; on the other hand, in developing countries, universities often receive large amounts of government subsidies, including living allowances for students. It can be clearly seen from Figure 5.8 that the optimal education development strategy of a country should be to provide OB years of education for all young people in the country. Beyond the OB years, the marginal social cost is greater than the marginal social benefit. Therefore, increasing investment in education will produce a negative social rate of return. In reality, due to political pressure, developing countries provide educational opportunities far exceeding the number of OB education, which will inevitably lead to a waste of resource allocation.

helpyme
8 months ago

Improving the efficiency of education investment has been pointed out in the fourth section of this chapter that the main problem of education in developing countries is not the insufficient development of educational institutions, but the low efficiency of education investment, which is manifested in the high dropout rate, the unrealistic education, intellectual unemployment and Intellectual drain. Based on these analyses, development economists have proposed education development strategies and policies centered on improving investment efficiency. (1) Adjust the investment direction of the education system. For a long time, many developing countries have focused their education investment on higher education. According to the above analysis, the investment benefit of higher education is very low. On the one hand, it is due to a large amount of knowledge unemployment and intellectual outflow; on the other hand, it is because the rate of return on investment in higher education is lower than that of secondary schools, especially primary schools. rate. Therefore, in order to improve the efficiency of investment in education, it is necessary to slow down the development of higher education and accelerate the pace of primary and secondary education, especially rural primary education. (2) Change all kinds of stimuli outside the education system. The deepening of education in developing countries is related to the emergence of knowledge unemployment and various wrong stimuli outside the education system. First, the continuous expansion of the income gap between urban and rural areas has led to a continuous increase in demand for education, which has created tremendous pressure on education expansion. Therefore, narrowing the income gap between urban and rural areas will help ease the speed and scale of the expansion of the education system, especially university education. Secondly, in order to eliminate the process of education deepening, the government and enterprises must change the method of selecting workers, not according to the diploma but according to the actual situation (3) to reduce the subsidy for higher education. The excessive development of higher education in developing countries is only directly related to the massive government subsidies to universities. This kind of subsidy results in a deformed phenomenon that the less expensive the educated will spend on books, and this is undoubtedly an important reason for the expansion of university education. Therefore, in order to vigorously develop primary and secondary education and limit the development speed of university education, the government should reduce various subsidies to college students and increase tuition accordingly so that the beneficiaries of education will bear a larger proportion of the education expenses. This fee is now raised through a family loan and will be repaid with the beneficiary’s own income in the future. This may be more effective in restraining the huge demand for university education than having students’ families and relatives and friends bear the education expenses. Sheng’s family can also encourage some people to work in backward rural countries by avoiding loan repayment, which is beneficial to the development of the country. (4) Reform the education system of schools at all levels. The teaching methods and internal development of teaching in developing countries are basically transplanted from developed countries in the West, and are seriously separated from the external situation of developing countries. This is also one of the important reasons for the low rate of return on education investment. Therefore, reforming the education system at all levels to serve the country’s economic development is an important task of human resource development. Specific measures should include compiling textbooks and reference books suitable for the country’s characteristics, opening courses related to rural economic development, establishing and developing local technical schools and adult education institutions, and measuring academic research achievements based on their contributions to the country. (5) Stop the brain drain. The outflow of external intelligence in developing countries is another manifestation of the low efficiency of education investment. The high-level professionals cultivated by a country that spends a lot of resources do not contribute to the development of the country, but serve other countries. This is obviously a huge loss of the human resources of the outgoing country. Stopping the brain drain is important to all developing countries, but it is difficult to achieve. Some development economists advocate levying a tax on the outflow of talents in order to make up for the losses of moving abroad. Some development economists put forward a more radical proposition that simply not let scientific and technical personnel go abroad. However, this is not a good way to stop the brain drain. It is generally believed that creating a good living and working environment for domestic specialized technical personnel and minimizing the gap between the income level of scientific and technological personnel in poor countries and rich countries will be better strategic measures to retain talents. Above we have separately discussed the development strategies and policy ideas of population, employment and education in developing countries. It can be seen from these discourses that these strategies and policy propositions are not isolated, but interrelated. For example, narrowing the income gap between urban and rural areas can not only reduce the open unemployment rate in cities, but also restrain the unlimited expansion of educational demand and ease the pressure on educational development. The development of primary and secondary education not only improves the efficiency of education investment, but also has the effect of reducing the birth rate. It can be seen that developing countries must comprehensively consider human resource issues, make overall plans and formulate comprehensive human resource development strategies and policies, so that human resource development and economic development can be coordinated with each other.

sina156
8 months ago

This shows that the fight against poverty has been effective, but it also shows that we must move towards a higher level of poverty alleviation. In 2018, there were 19.09 million people of the right age for the national college entrance examination, and the acceptance rate of one book was about 5.97%. That is to say, there are only 6 books for 100 peers. The college entrance examination cannot determine our understanding, but it can greatly change ours. Destiny, you have killed 94 people on the road of reading, and it’s pretty good to take a test. Half of these 94 people failed to reach high school, the revolution has not yet succeeded, and comrades still need to work hard.

yahoo898
8 months ago

It shows that there is a long way to go before the popularization of higher education, and the main core issue of society is not just the issue of academic qualifications. We should be alert to the divisions between the various strata of society. The population with university education (referring to college and above) is 218,360,767; the population with high school (including technical secondary school) education is 213,005,258; the population with junior high school education is 487,163,489; the population with elementary school education is 349,658,828 (The above-mentioned people with various education levels include graduates, undergraduates and students from various schools). To put it bluntly, only one in seven people in the country has a higher education. There are more than 100 million people who have not received any education. Colleges and high schools are not as large as junior high schools. And these are not felt at all in ordinary life, this is the most terrifying. In particular, college graduates often feel the social discrimination against non-985211 and the difficulty of obtaining employment for college students. The real life of the people and the good life of the Internet have formed a sharp contrast. If this sense of separation is deepened, it is very easy to form a white left group, divorced from the social reality and the people, and become an unrealistic castle in the sky. Therefore, I believe that the main goal of education is to bridge the educational gap, not just to pile up academic qualifications. The value of basic education is more important than allowing students to blindly study for doctoral studies, and this trend of academic qualifications should be stopped. Control the way to enter a higher education, separate the different paths of technical education and academic research education, pull up the score line of the junior college, and set the grade of the junior college score. Specialties should thoroughly follow the technical route, and should not overlap with research-oriented undergraduates. The academic master should be an undergraduate advancement, and the professional master should be changed to a junior college.

leexin
8 months ago

One sentence comment: 1. Total population: The total population of the country is 141.78 million, an increase of 72.06 million from 2010 (six-population), an increase of 5.38%. The population of our country has continued to maintain a low-speed growth trend over the past 10 years. Full opening of births is on the agenda. 2. Household size: The average population of each household is 2.62 persons, and the size of Chinese households continues to shrink. The root cause is family planning. 3. Gender composition: males accounted for 51.24%, basically the same as in 2010, but slightly lower. The higher the degree of urbanization, the lower the patriarchy. Aging has deepened and increased the proportion. 4. Age composition: China’s population of 60 years and over exceeds 260 million. The degree of aging has further deepened. Delaying retirement has become a helpless option, but at least it is better than introducing immigrants. 5. Ethnic composition: The proportion of ethnic minorities in my country increased by 0.40%. Fair, or fair! Cancel the bonus points policy for ethnic minorities. 6. Population with various education levels: the illiteracy rate dropped from 4.08% to 2.67%. Over 218 million people nationwide have a university education. The demographic dividend is moving towards the “talent dividend.” Increased internal volume for higher education. 7. Urban and rural composition: China’s urban population has grown by more than 230 million in 10 years. Urbanization and industrialization. 8. Regional distribution: The population of 25 provinces has increased, and the population of the Northeast has decreased. Hu Huanyong’s law of lines. Perhaps the only thing that can change this trend is global warming. 9. Population mobility: China has nearly 500 million people separated from households. Hometown that can’t go back, far away where there is nowhere to put it.

greatword
8 months ago

Generally, emerging economies usually go through three stages of development to reach developed countries. The first is to use labor cost advantages to develop labor-intensive industries, such as clothing, footwear, and electronic product assembly. Then enter capital-intensive industries, such as automobile assembly, steel machinery and other large industries. Then, the third stage enters intelligence-intensive industries, various second-stage industries gradually enter high-end manufacturing, and the development of tertiary industries such as IT and finance. The key to the first stage is the national character. It must be a hard-working nation with a keen response to economic rewards, that is, whether it can find workers who are willing to work long hours on the production line for money. Therefore, Latin Americans, Africans and Arabs cannot do this job, because their ethnicity is a bunch of lazy people. Latin Americans are suitable for playing football and Africans are suitable for music. Most of the people who can do this kind of work are ethnic groups engaged in precision agriculture in history, most of which are in East Asia. Especially in the areas where rice is grown, this is a very labor-intensive, high-yield crop, but as long as you work hard, you will get more. Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Cambodian, Burmese, Bengali, and Indian all fall into this category. The key to the second stage is that the infrastructure requires good roads, railways and power grids. To do this, you must accumulate funds and invest in infrastructure in the first stage, and this is precisely the vision that a democratic system does not possess. In East Asian countries, the second stage is achieved under the autocratic system. For example, Japan was under the rule of the Emperor, South Korea was under the dictatorship of Park Chung-hee, Taiwan was under the dictatorship of the Kuomintang, and Singapore was under the dictatorship of Lee Kuan Yew. The third stage is education, which requires greater foresight and emphasis on the national character of education. Because in the agricultural society and labor-intensive industries, education investment can hardly generate any benefits. Only in the second stage, entering the era of large-scale industry, can education and training for citizens see significant returns, but it takes 10 years to cultivate talents. In 20 years, education is destined to have a long period of time. Education is a behavior that only has investment but no return. In contrast, the key points of the first and second stages of China are all done in a textbook style. This is why China is the world’s factory. The results of the seventh census showed that the population of the country with a university education was 218.36 million. Compared with 2010, the average years of education of the population aged 15 and above increased from 9.08 years to 9.91 years, and the illiteracy rate dropped from 4.08% to 2.67%. It’s time for the key point of the third stage. With the development of industry, the development of metallurgy, machinery, chemical industry and other industries is increasingly dependent on investment in equipment. Perhaps foreign capitalists may not be responsible to workers, but they have to buy the equipment with the money in their wallets. Pay attention to whether these equipments are safe and whether they meet the designed operating standards. But if the people who operate these equipment are sluggish and technically rough, what awaits them will be boiler explosions, train derailments, machinery scrapping, and chemical combustion. So how can workers improve their skills, physical strength, and ability to focus on a job for a long time? Obviously excluding personality, nutrition, proper rest and leisure, and technical training are all very necessary. If a person has an accident due to fatigue due to ten hours of work, and expensive equipment is scrapped, then perhaps eight hours of work can create more Great value, so shortening working hours may not be so harsh to capitalists in some large industrial enterprises. Of course, if you want to get enough of these workers, it is difficult to achieve concessions from capitalists in some industries, because this is a systematic project. If a person is born in a war-torn country and lacks nutrition and education since childhood, it will be difficult for them to grow into a healthy and good learning person. And if the lives of most strata in a society are very poor, then they will invest very little resources in the upbringing and education of their next generation. Therefore, to achieve these goals, it is necessary to reform the entire social system and from the state’s The level provides comprehensive solutions for residents’ health, welfare and education. If there is no such solution, then if you want to upgrade your industrial level, then you will have many difficulties. In the late 19th century, Italian workers’ wages were much lower than German wages, but some highly-skilled workers in Italy were paid more than those doing similar jobs in Germany. Why is there such an upside-down? Because the working class in Germany has better nutrition and higher education levels since childhood, it is easy for them to upgrade their skills. There are also high-skilled workers everywhere in the society, but in Italy, although workers’ average wages are lower, However, highly-skilled workers are scarce, and the scarcity is more expensive. According to the principle of supply and demand, the wages of highly-skilled workers are higher. It is precisely because of this inversion that in some low-wage areas, if you want to build some modern large-scale industries, the labor costs are higher. In the early 20th century, the wages of Chinese workers were very low. However, in some factories, the wages of a few skilled workers who were responsible for repairing machinery and electrical equipment were sky-high. These workers took rickshaws to and from get off work. Convenient, I have a special rickshaw and a driver, as well as my wife. If I leave the factory, I will change into work clothes and wash the yellow glycerin on my hands. The style is no less than that of the factory manager. Why is there such a ridiculous phenomenon? In old China, skilled workers were too scarce. If a factory did not have these people, it would be impossible to deal with equipment failures, so capitalists had to worship these people at sky-high prices. Of course, the capitalists are also very cunning. They will arrange some assistants and apprentices for these technical workers, hoping to train more talents, but most of the work of these people is to serve the masters, pour tea and hammer their backs. The masters are talented. Not stupid, I know the truth about the disciples of the church and the master of starving to death. Therefore, in this kind of society, the dissemination of technical skills itself is also hindered by man-made. What follows is some new industrial changes triggered by the second industrial revolution. Expensive equipment and complex processes have made industrial production require a higher-quality labor force, and it is required to improve the overall education and health of the people, and become the development of the economy. The essential. The next step is how to turn the talent advantage into the talent advantage of a major manufacturing country in my country.

loveyou
8 months ago

I have to admit the fact that the academic record is too serious! Nowadays, university education has become a general education, and the last one to become a general education is the “nine-year compulsory education.” The population with university education is 218.36 million. Compared with 2010, the number of people with university education per 100,000 people rose from 8,930 to 15,467, the average years of education of the population aged 15 and above increased from 9.08 to 9.91, and the illiteracy rate dropped from 4.08% to 2.67 %. Some people say that this is pretty good, and it is worthy of joy. After all, this continuous improvement in the education situation reflects the positive results achieved in my country’s 10 years of vigorous development of higher education and the elimination of illiteracy among young and middle-aged people, and the continuous improvement of the quality of the population. However, what we have to face is: 20 years ago, junior college students were still fragrant and 10 years ago, undergraduates graduated directly into the office. Serious situation. In China, from 1981 to 2010, it took nearly 30 years. The number of people awarded master degrees increased from 8,000 to 384,000, an increase of 48 times. The number of degrees awarded has increased along with the number of enrollment. In 2019, the enrollment of graduate students in my country reached 917,000, which is more than 90 times the number of postgraduate education resumed in 1978. Faced with the current academic review, we can only do two things: First, mentality adjustment: correct understanding and evaluation of self, timely self-regulation, adapting to the changing environment, reducing the occurrence of anxiety, and discovering our own strengths and strengths. . Second, let’s take action: 1. Keep your feet on the ground, work hard and get something, and complete your academic credits seriously and responsibly; 2. Leave the introductory storm eye and improve your own strength through postgraduate entrance examinations or studying abroad. (PS: If you want to know about the School of Tourism Management of the University of Barcelona, ​​Spain, you can click on my homepage) 3. Try different internship opportunities and carefully plan your own career development path; 4. Actively develop skills related to career planning and obtain relevant certificates ; 5. Don’t stay behind closed doors, communicate more with teachers and classmates, and listen to helpful suggestions from others; in addition to the academic qualifications we just mentioned, what other information is worth paying attention to? 1. Background Displacement is becoming more and more serious. The survey results show that the separated population in my country is 492.76 million. Among them, the separated population in the municipal area is 116.94 million and the floating population is 37.582 million. Among them, inter-provincial migration The population is 124.84 million. Compared with 2010, the population of separated households increased by 88.52%, the population of separated households in the municipal area increased by 192.66%, and the floating population increased by 69.73%. The sustained economic and social development of our country has created conditions for the migration and flow of the population, the trend of population flow has become more obvious, and the scale of the floating population has further expanded. 2. The traditional big family is dying. There are 494.16 million family households nationwide, with a population of 129.28 million households; 28.53 million collective households, with a population of 118.97 million collective households. The average population of each household is 2.62 persons, 0.48 persons less than the 3.10 persons in 2010. The size of family households continues to shrink, mainly due to factors such as the increasing frequency of population movement in my country and the improvement of housing conditions for young people to live independently after marriage. 3. The population of the eastern region is 39.93%, the central region accounts for 25.83%, the western region accounts for 27.12%, and the northeast region accounts for 6.98%. Compared with 2010, the proportion of the population in the eastern region increased by 2.15%, the central region decreased by 0.79%, the western region increased by 0.22%, and the northeastern region decreased by 1.20%. The population is further concentrated in economically developed regions and urban agglomerations. 4. The issue of pensions has begun to highlight the population of 0-14 years old is 253.38 million people, accounting for 17.95%; the population of 15-59 years old is 89.438 million people, accounting for 63.35%; the population of 60 years old and above is 264.02 million people, accounting for 18.70% (of which, The population of 65 years and over is 190.64 million, accounting for 13.50%). Compared with 2010, the proportions of the population aged 0-14, 15-59, 60 and above increased by 1.35 percentage points, decreased by 6.79 percentage points, and increased by 5.44 percentage points, respectively. The proportion of children in my country has rebounded, and the adjustment of the fertility policy has achieved positive results. At the same time, the aging of the population has further deepened and will continue to face the pressure of long-term balanced development of the population for a period of time. 5. The concept of equality between men and women is gradually accepted. The male population is 723.34 million, accounting for 51.24%; the female population is 688.44 million, accounting for 48.76%. The sex ratio of the total population (100 women, the ratio of men to women) is 105.07, which is basically the same as in 2010, but slightly lower. The sex ratio at birth was 111.3, a decrease of 6.8 from 2010. The gender structure of our population has continued to improve.

strongman
8 months ago

Colleges and vocational colleges are also counted? After the college entrance examination is over, there are students in school, are they all college students? To increase the quantity, it is necessary to improve the quality. It seems that the admission score of vocational colleges is only 180 points. With a full score of 750, most high school students in my country can get a score of 180 or more in the college entrance examination. I think I can get a score of 180 when I take the college entrance examination. It’s not difficult to score 20 points in each of the Chinese test 70-80 and the English test 60-70. After all, I learned it more than 20 years ago. How can I get less than 180 points on the test? Your college entrance examination score is one-third of mine, and we all have a common title: college students. Post-educated qualifications also count? My colleague has a technical secondary school degree, applies for the adult college entrance examination, participates in correspondence courses, teaches five or six subjects in three or four days in a semester, and has an open-book examination. After three years, he will get a correspondence undergraduate diploma, which can be used for job title evaluation. His correspondence classmates, and some even technical secondary school diplomas are taught by correspondence…

stockin
8 months ago

Every word of the official information is meaningful. You should break it apart and read it. Don’t just look at the numbers. Statistics. Change the caliber. What numbers are required. What numbers are like this time. Graduation is not a concept at all. Junior college can be counted. Adult education can be counted. Turtles can be counted. It’s hard to say whether or not even dropping out of school is not counted. But the real undergraduate graduation is now only a few million years ago. How can it be so much 4% a little bit? If you don’t lose it, you have to be careful about the news, otherwise you will only see “Houses only live without speculation” as before, and you can’t see the “steady development” of the real estate market. I still naively think that housing prices are at the top

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