Study on the Establishment of Balanced Development Model of Primary and Secondary Education

Benyou CHEN

Abstract


The integration of urban and rural education is aimed at scientific and balanced development together. Based on the evaluation system and significance of urban-rural primary and secondary education, this study analyzes related policies and existing assessment model of urban and rural balanced development, establishes the statistical model of balanced development of urban-rural primary and secondary education evaluated by balanced development coefficient, combined with high scientificity, effectiveness, and operability.


Keywords


Balanced development of urban and rural education; Primary and secondary schools; Evaluation model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5937

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