Study on the Distribution of Compulsory School Teacher’s Resources in Guizhou



The student-teacher ratio of compulsory schools in Guizhou has declined. The student-teacher ratio of junior middle schools is higher than that of primary schools. The student-teacher ratio of urban schools is the highest of all. The teachers’ educational level of compulsory schools in Guizhou is higher than before. The structure of teachers’ professional titles is unreasonable in that the proportion of teachers with high professional titles is too low. The workload of teachers is too heavy to meet the demand of diversified running of schools in Guizhou. To improve the quantity and quality of teachers in rural compulsory education schools, as well as the the compulsory education quality in Guizhou, it is necessary to take the following measures: optimizing the authorized size of compulsory school teachers, approving the student-teacher ratio, continuing to implement the Special Contracted Teachers’ Policy, reforming the evaluating policy of the professional titles and recruiting caretakers and so on.


Guizhou; Compulsory schools; Teacher resources; Distribution

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Bureau of Guizhou Province. (2014). Guizhou statistical yearbook, (2007-2013). Beijing: China Statistics Press

The China Ministry of Education Development Planning Division. (2014). China education statistical yearbook (2007-2013). Beijing: People’s Education Press.



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