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An Analysis of the Setting of Educational Policy Agenda under the Perspective of “Multiple-Streams Theory”—Taking the Promulgation of “Several Provisions Prohibiting Obstacles to Compulsory Education” as an Example

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DOI: 10.4236/jss.2020.82001    49 Downloads   118 Views
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The problem of “active dropout” for urban children is a new problem faced by the work of “controlling dropouts” in compulsory education. This article uses a case study method to analyze the policy agenda of “Several Provisions Prohibiting Obstacles to Compulsory Education Implementation” from the perspective of Multiple-Streams Theory. The results show that: in this case, the three streams in the Multiple-Streams framework interact with each other and basically follow the development trajectory of “problem source-political source stream-policy source stream” in the Chinese context of the Multiple-Streams Theory; The opening of the window is a unity of contingency and inevitability; Key policy entrepreneurs actively advocated and played a huge role in the eventual establishment of the policy agenda.

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Rao, R. (2020) An Analysis of the Setting of Educational Policy Agenda under the Perspective of “Multiple-Streams Theory”—Taking the Promulgation of “Several Provisions Prohibiting Obstacles to Compulsory Education” as an Example. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 8, 1-18. doi: 10.4236/jss.2020.82001.

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