Study on Some Implicit Factors Sustaining the Social Stratification from the Perspective of Education

Li-Yu GUO, Cheng ZHANG

Abstract


Are the poor poorer and the rich richer? Or is the demarcation between the rich and the poor shrinking bit by bit? Constructing an equal and harmonious environment for the whole mankind is the ultimate goal for anyone especially for the governments all over the world, as proposed by the Chinese chairman Mr. Jin-ping XI. Grounded on relevant literatures, this paper discusses the influence of education on social stratus through qualitative argumentation. Based on all those implicit factors, it is explicit to propose that there is still a long way to go in the field of education-equality. Being open to all classes is an expression of stepping forward, but openness is only the very first step of education equality.

Keywords


Perspective of Education, Implicit Factor, Modern Education System


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/icss2017/19421

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