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Gaokao reform to boost vocational education talent

By Zhang Yue | China Daily | Updated: 2014-03-24 08:25

Having universities accept graduates from both vocational and regular high schools, which will be achieved by an upcoming reform, will bring positive changes to the country's talent pool, Chinese education expert says.

Lu Xin, vice-minister of education, said China will combine the current vocational training system with academic higher education and establish different models for each in the National College Entrance Examination, or gaokao.

Lu made her remarks at the 2014 China Development Forum in Beijing on Saturday.

Gaokao reform to boost vocational education talent

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