Chinese current funding systems have basically
solved the economic distress of poor students’ right to receiving educations,
but there are still many problems and shortcomings, such as the unclear funding
concepts, the disjunction of the funding and education, low performance of the
funding for education. From the capital theory, funding includes the three
investment areas: cultural capital, human capital and social capital, which
show us a new perspective to make clear the intrinsic link between the funding
and education and provide a theoretical basis. Therefore, we can totally improve
the performance of the funding for education through the three aspects: protecting
cultural capital to meet the educational needs, enhancing human capital to meet
the needs of self-development and accumulating social capital to meet the needs
of the upward social mobility.
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