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Published Oct 29, 2022

Tianxu Wei  

Abstract

The Compulsory Education Curriculum Program and the Compulsory Education Course Standards make up the Compulsory Education Curriculum Program and Standards 2022, which was released by the Chinese Ministry of Education. The statement emphasizes the development of students’ key competencies while optimizing the objectives for compulsory education and outlining new demands for a more intense reform of the educational system in order to fulfill the needs of the current era. In order to better support student autonomous learning and overall development, it is imperative to raise reform awareness among the educational community, enhance teachers’ professionalism and instructional skills, and create student-centered learning environments before implementing the revised curriculum program and course standards. In order to add new perspectives to the literature on the new curriculum program and standards and provide implications for teachers and administrators in educational reform, we have focused our interpretation of the document on three dimensions: training objectives, student key competencies, and curriculum and teaching reform. We have also offered some recommendations for its successful implementation.

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Keywords

The Compulsory Education Curriculum Program, Course Standards for Compulsory Education, Key Competencies, Training Objectives, Curriculum and Instruction Reforms

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How to Cite
Wei, T. (2022). An Interpretation of the Revised Compulsory Education Curriculum Program and Standards: A Revolution in China’s Compulsory Education. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 13(1), 1845–1853. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.22.re065
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Review