Diverse Education Based on Specific Conditions in Rural Areas of China

Yue WANG, Fang HUANG

Abstract


Connecting the spiritual outlook of the future society, education is the cornerstone of the rejuvenation of a nation. By the year 2018, nearly 600 million people lived in rural areas of China. For being such a large group, their basic necessities of life, and each and every move are closely related to the country’s destiny. So when these two parts get associated, the problem become larger and more difficult. Nowadays we should view the rural education with new eyes. Affected by the deepening of the market economy, the expansion of higher education and the tough job market, rural residents’ views on education are changing and can gradually be divided into two categories: the one is that education is the steering wheel which can lead to the change of fate; the other one is that the education is no longer the only way out. The cost of continuing a child’s education must be seen first.
This article holds that in the process of revitalizing rural education, we should take measures according to local conditions basing on rural characteristics, and attach importance to the development of a multi-level and diverse education so that students can see more possibilities besides study and work, which will not only benefit the development of individuals, but also contribute to the progress of the whole society.


Keywords


Rural education; Status quo; Measures; Diverse education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11359

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