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Issues regarding equality of educational opportunity for rural areas are often the primary concerns of the general public. This paper synthesizes the models often used in policy efforts for improving the conditions of equal educational opportunity in rural areas. Definitions for rural areas are first discussed. Three policy models for improving equal educational opportunity are analyzed and compared afterwards. These three models include the supply model, the demand model, and the accountability model. Taiwan's policies of equal educational opportunity for rural areas are then criticized. Suggestions for improving the policy instruments used to improve equality of educational opportunity in rural areas are provided.
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