This Chart Explores Technology in Chinese Education

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: • References: braintrack
This well designed infographic compares the use and integration of technology in Chinese education system with the education in the United States.

The broad question, "Should there be more technology in classroom?" with the 95% vs 75% response for China and US, respectively, is followed by a breakdown of the use and other opinions about the matter for the two nations.

The findings clearly depict that the Chinese population is more in demand of the integration of technological advances within children's education. Furthermore, Chinese students spend more time using technology in school and parent are willing to spend more on technology than parents in the United States.

By contrast, the citizens of the United States seem to take a more conservative approach on their demand for technology within schools. A considerably fewer percentage see the advantages of it in comparison with China. The infographic is worth a close examination for more detailed stats on the matter. Stats for Technological Integration Infographics Trending: Older & Mild
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