The development of education is influenced by the economy, politics, and culture. Due to the differences in politics, economy, and culture of various countries, various countries’ education also shows different characteristics. China’s education is affected by specific economics, politics, and culture and has its unique operating model and mechanism. As far as school management is concerned, the management system of Chinese schools more reflects Chinese characteristics.
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