A Survey on the Higher Education “Three Spirits” Construction in Sichuan Province, PRC

Yun LEI, Lei MOU

Abstract


Under the guidance of “the Scientific Outlook on Development”, the Sichuan universities and colleges have rethought the present lazy and separate situation of the “Three Spirits”. Based on analyzing the relationship of the “Three Spirits”, they have taken such measures as constructing learning group and cultivating educational tradition etc, and established the mechanism of “educational guidance” and “cultural edification” to promote the virtuous change of the “Three Spirits”construction, it thus has important practical value.


Keywords


Sichuan universities and colleges; The Scientific Outlook on Development; “Three Spirits” construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020130904.3264

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