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Does Education Matter? Poverty alleviation through education in China

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Chinese people have a tradition of valuing education and regard education as an important way of alleviating poverty. Over the past five years, China has helped over 60 million citizens out of poverty. What role does education play in poverty alleviation and what is China’s role? What are the innovations in the research methods of education for poverty alleviation?

Dr K. Pan and Dr B. Qin from the first Poverty Alleviation Research Center at Education of China will be giving a talk on this topic, followed by a discussion afterwards.

This talk is part of the Education Reform and Innovation - ERI series.

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