Your usage of "primitive ecology of education" is explained well. and I think we understand your point. Your entire explanation, in English, would serve as the fundamental thesis of how the education "Industry" in China wishes to return to a learning style wherein information is taught for its own self assembled structure and not for other "tacked on" needs like testing programs.
Yes , its very clear as youve explained it.
In ENglish, wed probably not even consider using the term "ecology" in the phrase. Besides an explanatory phrase that youd provided so well, Im not certain that there wourl be an official title for the concept. In the USA, what often happens, when such movements become more widespread, the media often come up with a clever (and often useless phrase) that gets adopted colloquially and then we get stuck with the phrase as an almost "urban language".
We have dictionaries of English usage in which words, that have had one meaning and then are coopted for use in an entirely different area, are presented with the etymological refernces of where the usage change came from. I love those kinds of dictionaries.
An example in US language is "forensic". It had a pretty tight refernce in the legal world for a century or more, However, lately, with the popularity of "forensic detection" TV shows, the use of the word has been expanded into several other arenas where it had never been used before.
Big Time examples of phrase changes is in the world of computer "Speak". SO many words have been coopted and (in many cases) corrupted from their original uses that the original uses are laid by the road and abandoned.