An Investigation Into the Academic Performance of the Students Within the Compulsory Education Phase in Changdu, Tibet
Through an investigation into the academic performance of the students within the compulsory education phase in Changdu, Tibet, it is found that their overall academic performance is poor, which is primarily attributable to three causes, namely the teaching material too distant from their life experience, the teaching language and the school management mode. To eliminate the aforementioned barriers, several strategies are worth adopting, namely the exploitation of the local teaching resource, the implementation of a humanistic management mode and the cultivation of teachers of the Tibetan ethnic origin.
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