Advancing Digital Transformation in Chinese Education: A Comprehensive Analysis of Current Trends, Opportunities, Challenges, and Strategic Imperatives

Shenling Wang, Xiaomei Shi, Cai Chang


This study assesses the progress and identifies the pivotal advancements in China's digital education, including infrastructure improvements, the growth of online learning platforms, policy support, and technological innovations. It underscores digital education's significance in promoting educational equality, updating teaching methods, raising educational standards, expanding resources, and encouraging lifelong learning. Nevertheless, digital education's expansion encounters significant challenges: the digital divide, educators' insufficient digital skills, inconsistent quality of educational content, difficulties in developing students' self-learning skills, and concerns over data security and privacy. To address these issues, the study outlines strategic directions specific to China's educational context: enhancing infrastructure and technology access, increasing digital literacy among teachers and students, supporting personalized and adaptive learning approaches, improving digital resources and evaluation methods, integrating online and offline learning experiences, and expanding international cooperation. These strategies are designed to address existing challenges and stimulate ongoing innovation and improvement in China's digital education sector.

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