The Relationship of Two-Way Construction of Tradition and Innovation of Higher Education

Zhizhong CHEN, Haiqing HU

Abstract


The relationship between tradition and innovation of higher education is two-way construction. It should be pointed out that the three principles to be followed in the two-way construction of tradition and innovation of higher education: Adhere to the principle of subjectivity; Adhere to the principle of the unity of history and logic; Adhere to the principles of democracy and the rule of law and promote consensus. Only in this way, can we build harmonious relationship of tradition and innovation of higher education and construct a modern higher education with world-class and Chinese characteristics.

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Tradition of higher education; Innovation of Higher education; The relationship of two-way construction of both

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11792

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