A Discussion About the Humanistic Care in Colleges’ Educational Management Work



Humanistic care is the new idea and new requirement of educational management work. This paper attempts to reflect on the educational management work from the perspective of humanistic care, appealing to administrators of college students’ education to establish the concept of humanistic care, pay attention to the ways and means of giving humanistic care, and actively explore and seek approaches to achieving humanistic care.


Educational management work; College students; Humanistic care

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