The Chinese government has made educational equity a priority. This is reflected in the structure of their legislation and in allocation of resources. Owing to the efforts of universalization, it shows that Chinese government wants more students to be enrolled in higher education for more growth. The impact of educational resources in the outcome of the student’s career has been a subject of debate. Numerous programs have been launched to improve the performance of China’s educational institution. Other than allocation of tangible resources, the government has attempted to improve the quality of life of the students and address the issue of shortage of teachers in some of these areas. Budgetary constraints and the need for innovation have been brought to the forefront. The resource allocation methodology and tactics used to solve the issues need to reflect the understanding of the need to comprehend certain factors. Hence Economic limitation, human capital and the time constraints serves as impeding factors for growth.
Resource allocation needs to factor in certain tangibles. It is economic factors, human capital and time to disseminate the knowledge to the students. These three resources are intricately connected to each other and the educational system needs to maintain a proper flow between these factors to create an optimal learning environment. In these conditions, the students can learn at their optimal levels. Owing to this, there must be a case by case analysis to comprehend the broader issues and develop insights to improve the individual educational institution.
The research question to be probed is “How does the allocation of educational resources in universities affect university’s ranking? Exemplified by North-eastern University and Liaoning University.” It can be alluded from the research background that the resources and exposure to the different learning tools to the students impact their performance. The aim of this research is to understand how student’s performances are impacted based on the educational resources.
Some certain research constraints are to be expected. It is imperative and at the same time a little hard to conduct the study to collate the data of student grade and peer group.
The plausible limitation is the issue in the collation of data and the data pool will be lowered. The student’s grades alone cannot be a factor in determination of the student’s knowledge. The factors such as the knowledge gained by the students cannot be quantified or alluded from a single test or score. Knowledge gained, technical skills and the confidence level of the student must also be taken into account.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between the allocation of educational resources in schools and students’ achievement in North-eastern University and Liaoning University. Significance is to give some feasible and effective recommendations as to how both the universities can improve allocation of the educational resources to improve students’ achievement and the university ranking. This however is a subjective analysis and would vary based on certain situation.