Focal Points of Introducing China Dream Into Classroom, Into Textbooks and Into University Students’ Mind

Changsong LI, Qingyan NIU


Concerning the work of introducing China Dream into class, into textbooks and into university students’ mind, three focal points need to be highly stressed, namely, laying the solid ideological foundation of practicing China Dream, enriching and expanding the primary coverage of practicing China Dream, and then clarifying the conjunction between students’ voluntary practicing China Dream and their self-fulfillment.


China Dream; Education; Focal points; University Students’ Mind

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