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The continuous development of curriculum system is based on the systematic, long-term exploration of the system and on insightful perception, and on sustained reflection of a specific subject matter or thematic domain. To achieve such a goal, curriculum change should become an institutionalized activity, rather than a one-time government agendum. A specialized research and development team should be established to promote the adjustment and revision of curriculum policy on a regular basis in order to ensure the inherent continuity of curriculum policy that targets continuous curriculum system development.
As Fullan (2007) reminds us, success is only the measure we take with regard to the ever changing problems. Therefore, the research on curriculum policy change in this chapter is only a brief glance of Chinese experience and a reflection of our perspectives. NOTES 1 2 School-based teaching and research system are newly introduced to schools in the new curriculum reform. School-based professional development system for teachers involves professional leadership, peer cooperation, and independent reflection.
Second revision of curriculum standards (March 2007 to January Continuation and routinization of new 2008). • Since 2008, the efforts to deepen curriculum reform have been curriculum policy focused on the following crucial issues: (2005–present) – Enhancement of curriculum reform in the rural areas and western parts of China; – Supervision and revision of textbooks of new curriculum; – Improvement of the quality of education and reduction of the burden of students; – Expansion of the curriculum reform of senior high school; and – Reform on examination and evaluation system in education at different levels • Publication of 2011 version curriculum standards of basic education in Dec, 2011 new curriculum policy, development and deliberation of policy documents, pilot experiment and implementation of the new curriculum policy nationwide, and the continuation and routinization of the new curriculum (see table 5).