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Published Nov 30, 2022

Wuyuan Chen  

Abstract

Based on data from the China Statistical Yearbook and China Family Panel Survey (CFPS), this article investigated the influence of regional transportation infrastructure development on family education expectations. Research results show that there is a significant positive correlation between transportation infrastructure and family educational expectations and that the improvement of transportation infrastructure can enhance the family’s willingness to engage their children in higher education. According to the results of influencing mechanism analysis, transportation infrastructure development affects family education expectations by increasing family income and changing family reproduction concepts and educational ideas. In addition,  the impact of transportation infrastructure construction on family education expectations is heterogeneous: the positive correlation between them is particularly significant in rural areas with less developed transportation infrastructure, in areas with low average education level of parents and slow information communication, and among families of lower social classes; however, the relationship between the two variables is not prominent in urban areas, in areas where information communication is fast and parents have a higher average education level, and among families with higher social classes. These research findings offer the nation and government new implications for better promoting poverty alleviation through education and rural revitalization in underdeveloped areas.

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Keywords

Transportation Infrastructure, Family Educational Expectation, Heterogeneity Analysis

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How to Cite
Chen, W. (2022). Transportation Infrastructure and Family Educational Expectations: An Empirical Analysis Based on the China Family Panel Survey . Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 12(2), 1643–1651. https://doi.org/10.15354/bece.22.ab017
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