Asia Rising: Countries Funnel Billions Into Universities

Giulio Sarchiola, Contrasto, Redux

Students work at terminals in a state-of-the-art library at Tsinghua U. in Beijing. China is plowing money into top universities while also establishing vocational programs and enabling more students to go to college.
October 05, 2009

Across East Asia, governments are funneling resources into elite universities, financing basic research, and expanding access to vocational and junior colleges, all with the goal of driving economic development.

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