A Brief Analysis on the Educational Problems of the ‘Left-behind Children’ in China

Wenjuan WANG


While urbanisation continues affecting Chinese cities, more and more migrant workers leave their children at home. These children are so-called ‘left-behind children’. Increasing concerns among our society draw on how to ensure these children complete their compulsory education. Hence, this paper will provide a basic analysis on the constraints and its reason focusing on left-behind children’s education issue. And recommendations on improving current situation will also be listed at the end.


The ‘left-behind children’; Education; Urban-rural dual structure

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4688


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