A Research on the Strategy of Promoting Community-Based Rural Vocational Education

Binheng DU, Xinjuan WANG


Aimed at building a learning society, it is very urgent to develop vocational education in communities of rural areas. Our peasants need education to be localized, which is in accordance with the direction of the vocational education in communities. According to the relevant data, the present rural education base and peasants’ education desire cause a vital chance for vocational education in rural communities. Based on the status, role and function of rural women, the strategic focus of community vocational education should be put on the cultivation of women who master the knowledge, know how to operate, do well in management and have good ability.


Community education; Community-based rural vocational education; Rural wives; Farmers’ demand for education; New types of at-homes wives

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Chen Y. C. (2004). Research on contemporary rural vocational education. Northwest Agricultural University of Science and Technology Press.

Chen Y. C., & Du B. H. (2011). Research on rural at-homes labors’ demands for education. Schemes on Middle-Long Term Education Reform and Developing Plans (2010-2020).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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