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In Taiwan, in order to support social development of evolutional democracy and to improve teacher quality, the “Teacher Education Act” was passed by Ministry of Education in 1994, then “Teachers’ Act” was passed in 1995. However, they produced the following results: diversification of channels of teacher education, augmentation of reserve teachers, impact of low fertility rates, low demand for teachers, and so on. The Elementary and Secondary Teacher Education Policy faced the biggest challenge. Recently, the Ministry of Education initiated a series of progressive policies for efficacy education and expects to improve the quality and quantity of teachers efficaciously. The targets are “less quantity and more quality”, “protect the superior, and eliminate the inferior”. In this article, the authors concerning the explore the current situation and policy in Taiwan quantity of teacher education for elementary and secondary school, pre-service education (including teaching practice), teacher certification, in-service education, and try to provide future directions for elementary and secondary teacher education policy in Taiwan.
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