Juefei Wang is the Program Director of the Freeman Foundation and Professor of Education Emeritus of the University of Vermont. He is the founder of the University of Vermont Asian Studies Outreach Program and served as its director for 14 years. In that role he created a statewide program for Asian studies in schools in Vermont, organized more than 1,000 teachers, school administrators, and high school and college students to visit China, Japan, and Thailand, and assisted Vermont schools in offering content on Asia.
In 2003, the program received the inaugural Prize for Excellence in International Education from Goldman Sachs Foundation and the Asia Society. In addition to various publications on international education and comparative education, Dr. Wang has made presentations on American and Chinese education and culture nationally and internationally. He received his M.Ed. in comparative education at Beijing Normal University, and M. Ed. in Foundational Studies of Education and Ed. D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Vermont.
Characteristics of Chinese Education-Part 1
Characteristics of Chinese Education-Part 2