Human-Oriented Implication in Deng Xiaoping’s Educational Ideology and Its Enlightenment to Innovation Education



Concrete and realistic man is the logical starting point of Deng Xiaoping’s educational ideology. And treating people with respect, guidance and concern has formed an important part of Deng Xiaoping’s educational ideological core. Human-oriented implication in Deng Xiaoping’s educational ideology has an important guiding significance and reference value to innovation education which China is exploring and promoting


Deng Xiaoping; Education ideology; Human-oriented implication; Innovation education

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