Thoughts on Coordination of Urban and Rural Teachers’ Team Construction --A Study of Sichuan Province of China

Ying GUO, Dan JIANG, Shuxi ZHOU

Abstract


Balancing urban and rural education to promote coordinated development of regional education is the main task and basic requirement of the further reform and development of China’s current educational cause. As for Sichuan province, an area with very obvious differences between urban and rural areas in China, in the process of promoting the coordinated development of urban and rural education, it should actively respond to all kinds of challenges from urban to rural teachers’ team construction, and should take various countermeasures by combining the regional characteristics and the requirements of educational development to realize the balanced allocation of urban and rural teacher resources and coordinated development of education.


Keywords


Balancing urban and rural education; Teachers’ team construction; Coordinated development; Countermeasures

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