A Discussion on Deng Xiaoping Thought of Combining Education and Labor and Its Enlightenment to College Students’ Ideological and Political Education

Ying LAN

Abstract


The thought of combining education with labor is an important part of the basic principles and educational philosophies of Marxist education. Based on the inheritance of combination of education with labor of Marxism-Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping gives it new meaning and characteristics of the time, and establish the second milestone of the thought of combining education and labor in China. The profound Deng Xiaoping thought of combining education and labor has an important implication for strengthening and improving college students’ ideological and political education, and has a great significance for guiding China’s educational reform and development, and cultivating qualified socialist builders and reliable successors with all-round development of morality, intelligence, physique and aesthetics.


Keywords


Deng Xiaoping; Thought of combining education and labor; Ideological and political education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7094

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