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DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.08.001

Reform and Progress: A New Angle for Chinese Public Art Education

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Kailin Zhang

Peabody Institute of Johns HopkinsUniversity, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

*Corresponding author: Kailin Zhang

Abstract

With the deficiency of social art education which is created by public schools in China, private art institutions take the charge of social art education. Yet the private art institutions have their issues, for example: the economic based operation strategy, the unstable sources of students, and the vicious competition between institutions. Under the context of implementing the policy named “Double Reduction”, social art education in China needs to be upgraded. To achieve this goal, the form in America called “Preparatory” is added into the consideration by the writer, the Preparatory of Peabody Institute is introduced as an example in this paper. Ideally thinking, the form of preparatory is the new angle for Chinese social art education. Yet when trying to make the form of preparatory Chinese, issues like the pricing for private lessons, and the usage of campus should always be considered during the discussion.

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Reform and Progress: A New Angle for Chinese Public Art Education

How to cite this paper: Kailin Zhang. (2022). Reform and Progress: A New Angle for Chinese Public Art Education. The Educational Review, USA6(8), 320-333.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.08.001

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