One of the biggest changes in China's modern history came to the education system. In 1980, two-thirds of adults could read. After the government called for nine years of compulsory education, the literacy rate rose to more than 95 percent just three decades later.
We continue our discussion with Dr. Bill Brown, an American who has lived in China for more than 30 years. Brown explains how the education reforms impacted not only how Chinese students are educated, but also their entire worldview.
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