The Importance and Path of the Integration of Red Culture into Ideological and Political Courses in Colleges and Universities

Fang DONG, Kai HAN


The combination of ideological and political theory courses and rich red cultural resources in colleges and universities is a powerful guarantee to improve the effectiveness of ideological and political education for college students and an effective way to run the concrete contents of socialist core values through ideological and political courses in colleges and universities. By running red culture through the education and teaching of ideological and political courses in colleges and universities, we can carry forward red culture, expand teaching content, cultivate healthy personality, promote the cultivation of correct three views, rally people’s hearts and gather strength, and inject vitality into local economic and social development.


Red culture; Ideological and political lessons; Path

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