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Cooperation of high schools of the USA and ChPR

V.I. Korsunov
80,00 Р

 

Victor I. Korsunov,

Vice-Rector for International Relations and Continuing Education,

Cand.Sc. (Education), Professor,

Associate Member of International Academy of Higher Education.

Sakhalin State University

E-mail: vkorsunov@sakhgu.ru

 Analyzed is the process of dynamically developing cooperation of high schools of the USA and ChPR. Examined are basic forms of that cooperation, i.e. sending of students for training in high schools of the USA / China, programs of double / joint diplomas, establishment in China campuses of leading high schools of the USA. Also outlined are problems, solving by Chinese specialists.

Key words: high school of ChPR, high school of the USA, cooperation, schooling abroad, programs of double / joint diplomas, campuses of American high schools in ChPR.

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