External Environment Development of Teaching Staff Construction in Chinese Independent Colleges: Take Chongqing as an Example

Xiaotian FANG, Deqing WANG

Abstract


Independent colleges have made major contributions to China higher education development. However, with the rapid expansion of Chinese independent colleges, teaching staff construction issues have become more and more obvious, for example, lack of teaching staff construction, structural imbalance, unsteady teaching teams, and low personal quality. This paper takes 7 independent colleges in Chongqing as examples to analyze external environment influencing the construction of independent colleges’ teaching staff construction. At the end of the paper, the authors have given several suggestions for resolving problems occurred during teaching staff construction in independent colleges such as eliminate social prejudice, strengthen personnel laws and regulations construction, increase government support, build colleges and universitie assistance mechanism, establish scientific teaching resource configuration mechanism, and so on.

Keywords


Independent colleges; Teaching staff construction; External environment development

References


CHEN, Shouyin & ZHANG, Wenchao (2009). Take systematic innovation as start point to strengthen university teaching staff construction. Chinese University Teaching Resource Study, (4), 1-4. Wuhan: Wuhan University.

DENG, Chuande, SUN, Chao, & LI, Jincai (2008). Discussion on the talent training target positioning of independent colleges. China Higher Education Research, (4), 86-87. Beijing: Higher Education Association of China.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720130903.5750

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