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Current Situation and Development Trend of Policies for Balanced Development of Urban and Rural Education in Eastern, Central and Western China from the Perspective of Educational Equity

Jianwei Yang

Abstract


Since the 21st century, China has achieved some success in equity in urban-rural education, and the policies issued have effectively eased the economic pressure of families with special problems and enabled rural education to develop in a sustained and healthy way. In addition, some relevant auxiliary policies have been implemented, providing large amounts of resources for rural education, greatly improving the level of education and teaching and the enthusiasm of rural education. Based on this, this article analyzes the current situation and development trend of policies for balanced development of urban and rural education in eastern, central and western China from the perspective of educational equity. According to the current policies, the main reasons leading to the education gap in eastern, central and western China are discussed. It also clarifies the existing problems of relevant policies, and conducts research and analysis on the future development, aiming to effectively improve the school-running situation in poor and backward areas and to truly realize education for all citizens.

Keywords


Educational Equity; Urban and Rural Education; Balance in Education; Educational Gap

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/le.v9i6.1347

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