The Dilemma of Balanced Development of Preschool Education in Ethnic Minority Areas in Yunnan Province and Its Countermeasures
Volume 8, Issue 5, October 2020, Pages: 150-154
Received: Nov. 26, 2020;
Published: Nov. 27, 2020
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Luying Gan, College of Education, Yunnan Open University, Kunming, China
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There are 25 ethnic minority areas in Yunnan Province, most of which are in remote or mountainous areas, with the influence of lagging economic development and geographical factors. the problem of preschool education in these ethnic minority areas is more prominent. As the beginning of lifelong learning, preschool education occupies an important position in the national education system. In recent years, many policies have been introduced in China, which have been effective in promoting preschool education. But it has been found that factors such as the lag in economic development level, backward parents' attitudes, overall insufficient and uneven allocation of pre-school education funds, "bilingual" teaching obstacles, and lack of teacher theory are the main bottleneck obstacles to the development of pre-school education in ethnic minority areas in Yunnan Province. This article tries to expound the bottleneck of the development of preschool education in Yunnan ethnic minority areas and make an in-depth analysis of it, according to the local conditions, it proposes feasible solutions such as setting up preschool education institutions in various forms, broadening the channels of capital investment, helping parents establish correct educational concepts, promoting the quality of bilingual teaching, strengthening the construction of teachers, promoting curriculum and teaching reform, and developing preschool education courses with national characteristics.in order to promote the balanced development of pre-school education in Yunnan ethnic areas.
Ethnic Areas, Pre-school Education, Balanced Development, Countermeasures
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The Dilemma of Balanced Development of Preschool Education in Ethnic Minority Areas in Yunnan Province and Its Countermeasures, Science Innovation.
Vol. 8, No. 5,
2020, pp. 150-154.