Thought on Music Education Strategy of Rural Primary and Secondary Schools in Northeast Sichuan Area

Xia DAN

Abstract


As domestic compulsory education level develops and makes progress as a whole, the development of music education is also continuously deepened. However, compared with the music courses provided by schools in large and medium-sized cities in China’s developed areas, the quality of music courses provided by many primary and secondary schools in many remote rural areas is worrying. Besides, this has become the major obstacle hindering the reform of music courses in primary and secondary schools of China and the development of quality-oriented education. The author investigated and studied the music courses provided by primary and secondary schools in the rural areas of northeast Sichuan, deeply thought about and analyzed issues arisen in the hope of helping the development of rural music education in the northeast Sichuan
area.


Keywords


Northeastern Sichuan; Rural primary and secondary schools; Music education Strategy; Current situation

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