The Implementation Status and Countermeasures of the Free Normal Education Policy for Rural Preschool Teachers in Sichuan Province

Xueyi YAN


The implementation of the Free Normal Education Policy for rural preschool is an important national measure to implement education and poverty alleviation. It can cultivate excellent resources of teachers for rural preschool and is an extension of the Free Education Policy for the National Normal Students. The investigation on the current status of rural preschool teachers graduated from the Free Normal Education Policy in Sichuan Province helps us to better understand the current implementing status of the Free Normal Education Policy for rural preschool teachers and to propose the corresponding countermeasures.


Rural preschool teachers; Free Normal Students; Education policy

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