A Survey on the Educational Benefits of Compulsory Education in B Land of Tibet

Ou PENG, Jin PU, Xianqiang LIU


The outcome of education includes students’ academic achievement and social adaptability. In order to explore the current situation and factors of outcome of education in the compulsory education stage of Tibetan agricultural and pastoral areas, junior high school students from 5 counties of B agricultural and pastoral areas are selected as survey objects. A research method combining questionnaires and interviews was conducted to investigate. The study found that: the local curriculum resources are estranged from the students’ life experience, the difficulty of understanding the teaching language and the rigid management mode are the reasons for the low outcome of education in the agricultural and pastoral areas.


Tibet farming and pastoral area; Compulsory education; Outcome of education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11283


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