Analysis of the Integration of Community Education in the Rural Community Governance System of Xiaoshan from the Perspective of Nurturing New Farmers

Lifang SUN


Community education includes a variety of educational activities that are open for all residents and rely on the educational resources of the community. Its main purposes are to promote the development of residents, keep the community safe, and maintain its social harmony (Yang, 2019, pp.5-8). Community education makes full use of the available educational resources in order to improve the overall manner and quality of life of residents and promote regional economy and social development. It is inherently compatible with the rural community governance system in terms of participants and pursuits. Xiaoshan is a district where the urbanization of rural areas is progressing rapidly with fast social and economic development under the jurisdiction of Hangzhou, Zhejiang. The community education has started early and contributed to local economy and rural governing much.


Community Education; Nurturing New Farmers

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