The Realistic Predicament and Countermeasures of After-School Service for Rural Primary School Students in Ethnic Minority Areas of China

Jia WEI

Abstract


At present, the problem of after-school service for primary school students in minority rural areas in China needs to be solved urgently. Based on the analysis of the current after-school service policy in primary and secondary schools,according to the research results, although the problem of primary school students’picking up and dropping off is not prominent, the problem of school leaving unattended at home is widespread, parents all want students to receive after-school services, however, there is a serious shortage of after-school services for non-profit students, and there are many difficulties in developing after-school services in rural primary schools. In order to meet the demand of after-school service for rural families, it is suggested that the after-school service function of rural boarding schools should be brought into full play, that qualified rural primary schools should be supported to provide after-school service, and that public welfare community after-school service institutions should be explored, provision of inclusive after-school social services as appropriate.


Keywords


Minority areas; Rural primary schools; After-school services; Education equity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12018

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