A training course focused on intellectual property education in primary and secondary schools was held from Sept 24 to 27 at Central China Normal University in Wuhan, Hubei province. The discussions about cooperation and development in IP education were attended by more than 130 teacher representatives from 73 IP pilot schools nationwide and officials of the National Intellectual Property Administration of China. The classes were presented by experts in IP and basic education to better combine professional instruction in the two fields. Teachers and officials shared their experiences and problems in IP education, and reached a consensus that its development satisfies the requirements of primary and secondary school students in a knowledge-and technology-driven society. Since 2015, when the administration and the Ministry of Education launched a pilot demonstration project on IP education in primary and secondary schools, 165 establishments have been designated as pilot schools-through four batches in different years-and 25 have been assessed as IP demonstration schools. In February, Beijing No 4 High School, one of China’s most prestigious high schools, was listed in the fourth batch. On April 29, at an event to publicize IP education at the school, Tan Xiaoqing, the school’s vice-president, appealed to students to… Read full this story
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