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Pan, Y.-H. and Xue, R. (2018) Multi-Layer Analysis of Family Education Investment: Based on the Application of CFPS2014 Data. Journal of Shanghai Educational Research, No. 5, 35.

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  • TITLE: Analysis of Chinese Family Education Investment and Its Demographic Variables

    AUTHORS: Xuguang Sun, Ailing Huang

    KEYWORDS: Family Education Investment, Demographic Variables, Differences, Family Education Legislation

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.7 No.6, June 3, 2019

    ABSTRACT: In order to study the situation of Chinese family’s investment in children’s education, and what factors will affect parents’ educational investment, this study used 338 undergraduate and graduate students to conduct a survey of demographic variables using the self-compiled Family Education Input Scale. The results showed that parents of undergraduate and postgraduate students mainly focus on two types of investment in academic education and investment in internal literacy. However, in terms of household education investment, different families have large differences in demographic variables. Among them, the income of family education is higher than that of girls; the family of non-agricultural households is higher than the family of agricultural households; the family of single-child families is higher than the family of non-only children; the parents of this special education are investing in their children’s education. The upper level is higher than that of the parents below the high school; the higher the family level, the higher the educational investment of the children. In view of the situation of different families in education investment, families should pay attention to family education investment, taking into account work and family education. Local governments should encourage their children to attend school on an equal footing and eliminate the gender “crowding out effect” of education from the source. The state should speed up family education legislation, regulate the family education investment behavior from the system, and clarify the content of family education. We will work together to create a good and positive environment for family education.