On the Significance and Effect of Ideological and Political Education in Cultivating Talents

Weijun WU


Talents is a critical driving force for the progress of social civilization, the well-being of citizens and the prosperity of countries. Cultivating talents are crucial to construct socialist modernization with Chinese characteristics and realize the great renaissance of the Chinese nation. The key is to cultivate good quality of talents. As an important part of talents cultivation, ideological and political education raises young talents’ moral standard, develops their intelligence and improves their physical and psychological health, which in turn calls for better methodology, the establishment of human-centered development ideas and the integration of educating and self-educating. The idea of cultivating talents through practice also needs to be strengthened.


Talents; Quality of talents; Ideological and Political Education

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