China Mode of Preferential Development of Education in Ethnic Areas: Comparison and Selection

Xiang LI, Xuefang HU


From the perspective of origin and way of use of the factors of production, the Chinese mode of preferential development for education in ethnic areas could be clarified into mode of “hematopoiesis”,mode of “transfusion” and mode of”immigration”. When comparing these three modes from the dimensions of feature, environment and objective, we could find that these different modes have their own advantages and disadvantages when we have different emphasis. The educational development in ethnic areas should choose a proper mode, considering the specific issues and situations, thus the objective of development could be achieved.


Ethnic areas; Preferential development of education; China mode; Comparison; Selection

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