Yuan L, Gardner J & Cowan P (2006) Examining trends in the use of computers in education in China from a Wood's National Policy Models perspective. Asia-Pacific Cybereducation Journal, 2 (2), pp. 81-92. http://db.koreascholar.com/article?code=244062
This paper reports the application of Wood's national policy framework (Wood, 2002) to the use of computers in Chinese schools in order to evaluate the impact of and reaction to information and communications technology (ICT) policy on the future of schooling and society. With its highly centralized system of schooling, the "centralized regulation of schooling" scenario is considered to be sufficiently close to enable current ICT policy and possible future developments to be examined. The analysis arising/rom Wood's framework has significant implications for developing countries, such as China, which have limited funding and experience to address the range of issues relating to ICT integration.
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