There are many difference and similarities between the higher education in China and the U. American education has its roots in the old world and it has been greatly respected throughout the history of the United States. Both in China and the U.S.A. there are different types of education. In the U.S.A. , higher education has altogether three functions: teaching, research and public service. Federal government in the U.S.A. influence education and attributes finally to its development, but it has no control over educational policies for the education within its boundary. .
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There are many difference and similarities between the higher education in China and the U.S.A. from the aspects of their history, types, functions, resources of fund, admission, way of teaching, tuition and so on.
American education has its roots in the Old World and it has been greatly respected throughout the history of the United States. Higher education in the U.S. began with the funding of Haward College in 1636, and before the Revolution Several outstanding colleges such as Rale University and Princeton University were funded . At the time when these colleges were established, they offered religions teachers in order to train religions leaders. Today more than half of the private colleges have some kind of church connection, but very few of them are now devoted to religions education. China also has a very long history of education and has developed its own unique system of education through history. However, modern higher education didn't begin until the beginning of the 20th century. After the funding of the People's Republic of china, the development of higher education has been speed up with the establishment of many colleges, universities and institutes. One big difference is higher education in modern China has little or no connection all with religious causes, which is certainly not the case in America.