Characteristics of Chinese Farmer Education From 1949 to 1956

Fangfang HE


The farmer education exhibits different characteristics in different historical stages. It is a special period from 1949 to 1956 connecting between the preceding and the following in the history of new China. Under the new historical conditions, farmer education destroys the old and establishes the new, showing a new era characterized by the specific performance of “five”: Education system beginning to move toward standardization, more extensive educated object, education content tending to be more practical, more flexible learning system, education process tending to be unbalanced.


From 1949 to 1956; China; Farmer education; Characteristics

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