吳思華

吳思華(1955年7月9日-),生於臺灣雲林縣,籍貫浙江省平陽縣,管理學者,研究專長為策略管理、產業與競爭分析、知識經濟、創新與創造力等,曾獲第一屆科技管理學會院士、2008年「科技管理獎」個人獎。 --來自 維基百科


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2015/11/02 | Shih Yuan

Ministry of Education to Dissolve or Integrate 160 Universities in Taiwan

Liu Qing-xu, secretary-general of The National Federation of Teachers Unions (NFTU), says funds invested by both the government and industries are far less than other countries. To improve the quality of universities, Taiwan needs to redefine the meaning of high-level education rather than just calculate the trivial costs of running a school or simply reduce number of schools.

2015/07/30 | Yang

Students Break into Government Buildings in Honor of Taiwan Textbook Controversy Suicide Victim

The anti new curriculum guideline alliance states that even if Lin’s suicide is blamed on his inability to deal with the stress, his death still calls on people to save the education of Taiwan.

2015/12/07 | Kenzo

Languages of Immigrants in Taiwan Will Become Compulsory Classes in Elementary Schools

To help retain the language abilities of the second generation of immigrants, Wu says that the curriculum guideline of 2018 stipulates that elementary school students have to attend related courses, including Taiwanese, Hakka, aboriginal language, as well as languages of immigrants. Junior high school students can select whichever mother tongue they want to learn, and the school has to offer the course as long as a student enrolls.

2015/08/06 | 阿Ken

Taiwan Ministry of Education Withdraws Lawsuit Against Students and Journalists

The police deprived the journalists of communication rights on the night of July 23, which severely damaged the freedom of press. The press will not accept the ministry’s despicable apology.

2015/11/23 | Kenzo

Legislators Call on Including High School Students as Official School Council Members

Legislator Xu Zhi-jie high school students have nowhere for their voices to be heard, so they can only demonstrate to express their opinions. He believes Ma's 12-year Compulsory Education policy should start from democratic education on campus.