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Improbable Probabilities: The Unlikely Journey of Yong Zhao
September 8, 2022
Improbable Probabilities is an analysis of opportunity as seen through the journey of renowned scholar Yong Zhao. From an obscure village in a China wracked by the Cultural Revolution to acclaim as one of the most influential international voices in education today, Yong’s journey reveals that disadvantages may become advantages and assuming risks that others avoid can open unforeseen opportunities.
The book is co-authored with authors McDiarmid. It showcases the educational experiences of internationally acclaimed educator Yong Zhao: a pioneer of educational equity who has emerged as one of the most respected educators in the world.
Yong received a bachelor of arts degree in English language education from the Sichuan Foreign Language Institute in Chongqing, China, and a master of arts and doctorate in education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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