Regulation and Transcendence: The Policy Guarantee Provided for Tuition-Free Normal University Students’ Career Aspiration Education
The state tuition-free policy for normal university students has given basic requirements for the career aspiration education on the part of tuition-free normal university students, and has served as an important reason for effectively pushing forward tuition-free normal university students’ career aspiration education. However, during the process of implementing this policy, many problems crop up. For example, the policy itself is not complete; the implementation is not effective; and there are not enough support and recognition for this policy. All these, to a certain extent, have hindered the realization of students’ career aspirations to become outstanding teachers and educators. Therefore, we should continue to improve the state tuition-free policy for normal university students, strengthen the effectiveness of its implementation, and enhance students’ recognition for this policy, thus achieving an organic unity of national needs, social needs and students’ personal needs, as well as constructing good policy guarantee for the career aspiration education on the part of normal university students who are receiving free education.
Educational policy; Tuition-free normal university students; Career aspiration education
Measures for Carrying out Tuition-free Education for Students in the Teachers Universities Directly under the Ministry of Education (Trans.). (2007). Gazette of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, (17).
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