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China’s General Tuition Policy: Evaluation Based on Multilevel Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis Using Fuzzy Logic Models

DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2018.88035, PP. 598-612

Keywords: Chinese Colleges and Universities, Tuition Policy, Evaluation, Research and Analysis

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This paper takes the tuition policy of Chinese colleges and universities as the research object, studies the main problems through fuzzy evaluation method, and establishes the index system for the evaluation of tuition policies of ordinary colleges and universities. Based on the index system, this paper makes an empirical research and analysis on the colleges and universities in Shaanxi province. It is found that the main problems of China’s colleges and universities’ tuition policy are that students and their families have low ability to obtain information related to the tuition policy of ordinary colleges and universities, and the rising tuition fees have had a big impact on whether students can fairly accept higher education opportunities, the objective of the tuition policy of ordinary colleges and universities is not reasonable, and at the same time, the participation of stakeholders in setting the tuition standard of ordinary colleges and universities is less. In view of the above problems, this paper puts forward relevant policy suggestions.


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