Research on the Problems and Countermeasures of Family Education for Left Behind Children in Rural Areas

Yuanhong XU, Qinqing WANG


The issue of family education for left behind children in rural areas is a very important issue in family education, and it is also a social issue that cannot be ignored in the process of urbanization in China. During the research process, this article used methods such as survey, interview, and comparison to obtain some data on left behind children in rural areas. There are roughly five types of guardianship for left behind children in rural areas in terms of family education, and the reasons for the existence of family education for left behind children in rural areas are also identified: the absence of family education subjects, and the emphasis on upbringing over education in intergenerational education; The main body of family education has outdated educational concepts and inadequate methods and methods; Lack of family education environment and abnormal behavior of parents; Due to weak awareness of home school cooperation and limited cooperative activities, solutions have been proposed: clarify family education responsibilities, establish good connections between home and school, build a high-quality education environment, achieve home school cooperation, and carry out scientific education models to ensure the healthy growth and development of left behind children in rural areas.


Rural left behind children; Family education; Home school cooperation

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