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Renewable WSF as a Pathway to Equal A ccess to Compulsory E ducation f or M igrant Children in China. Yiran Zhao International Education Policy Harvard Graduate School of Education yiz551@mail.harvard.edu. Migrant Children & Compulsory Education.

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Renewable WSF as a Pathway to Equal Access to Compulsory Educationfor Migrant Children in China

  • Yiran Zhao
  • International Education Policy
  • Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • yiz551@mail.harvard.edu
migrant children compulsory education
Migrant Children & Compulsory Education
  • Migrant children are children of migrant workers. Migrant workers are registered as permanent residents in rural areas. They are surplus rural labor who migrated into the cities and work as industrial/service workers.
necessary ingredients to reform the system
Necessary Ingredients to Reform the System

Source: Xinhua.net;Wangyi Website

renewable wsf to alleviate the problem
Renewable WSF to Alleviate the Problem
  • Only use WSF for migrant children
  • Average educational cost of a city= 1.0 weight
  • Weight=Outcome differential cost for a group of migrant children+ profit weight for school
  • Renew: weight increase upon achieving outcome goal
  • Cap the weight with reputational plus monetary award
  • Supervision system for migrant children schools
  • Identify recipient: resident registration record+ parents’ work certificate
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