Analysis on the İnfluence Factors of Early Childhood Education in Minority Villages: A Field Survey of Northwest Yunnan Dali Jianchuan County Village

Liangying YANG, Hongliang TONG

Abstract


In recent years, how to develop the minority children’s education, has become the focus of attention of the country and the society. Through historical considerations, the author puts forward the “five factors”: The social environment of the village, the social structure of the village, the social culture, the state government and the main body of the need, in order to inspire the development of early childhood education in minority villages.


Keywords


Early childhood education; Village environment; Village society; Country; Demand

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7662

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