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The outcomes of college admission policies under Lee, Myung-bak administration

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Frame of Image hieve autonomous and diversified education system. The plan was to gradually hand over the tasks of establishing the standards for student selection to universities and to achieve complete college autonomy by the year 2012. Therefore, the evaluation of current college admissions policies has been mainly focused on the admissions officer system that had been implemented in the former administration and related issues. However, on the downside, there has been little specific analysis on the outcomes that influenced the operation of college admissions policies such as the issues of college autonomy, improvements and changes in the National College Scholastic Ability Test. Therefore, it is time that comprehensive policy evaluation of college admissions process is needed. Under the strong social belief that college education positively impacts social mobility, it is imperative to arrive at an agreement on the directionality of the college admissions policy for the sake of successful implementation and production of positive outcomes. Additionally, it lacked the examination on the differences in understanding of college admissions process between high schools and colleges in spite of the face that strengthening articulation between upper secondary and higher education was one of the subtasks of educational policies. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the Lee administration’s college admissions system which revolved around the autonomy of
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Title The outcomes of college admission policies under Lee, Myung-bak administration
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Kim, Eun Young

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[Seoul]:Korean Educational Development Institute

Date 2013
Pages 4
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding Korean Educational Development Institute