The fund input mechanism of compulsory education for migrant workers children in China: Guangzhou evidence
OMPUTER MODELLING & NEW TECHNOLOGIES 2013 17(5C) 248-252
School of Humanities and Law, South China Agricultural University, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, 510642
The migrant workers have made great contributions to the developed cities, but their children have not fair compulsory education rights in China. Based on an analysis of compulsory education situation, problems and causes of the migrant workers children in Guangzhou the paper believes that it is the key to establish a fair fund allocation mechanism among the inflow governments. The outflow governments and the central government, and proposes three policy recommendations such as building education voucher system in the whole country, eliminating gradually the dual education system, establishing a diversified compulsory education system, and so on.