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  • Only understand the ideological and political education, lack of mental education and psychological counseling do not know how to deal with the psychological problems of students who can not reasonably and effectively deal with; only with psychological counseling, but do not understand the moral knowledge and ways and means, So for students who appear moral problems are also difficult to "prescribe the right medicine." Furthermore, the task of mental health education is to improve... [more]
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  • The population is also one of the necessary conditions for the material life of the community. The number of population, the level of quality, the speed of growth, the density of settlements and so on all play an accelerating and delaying role in social development. Only by maintaining an appropriate proportional relationship between population development and material production and development and continuously improving the quality of the population can we promote social development. [more]
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  • Humans are a part of the whole nature. The development of human education is affected by the natural environment, but also shows that education is also subject to the laws of ecological balance. Serious environmental pollution leads to epidemics, difficulty breathing and inevitable deterioration of the normal teaching order in schools. As a result, the quality of education is deteriorating and the number of out-of-school students increases, making the education process unable to be... [more]
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  • Influence and Constraints of Population Status on Educational Development The instructions of the "Compulsory Education Law of the People's Republic of China (Draft)" emphasize that putting China into a developed, moderately developed and underdeveloped three-tier system and carrying out nine-year compulsory education step by step illustrates the implementation of different natural and geographical environments in our country The Impact of Nine-year Compulsory Education Process.... [more]
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  • The rate of population growth affects the current model of education development The population growth rate in ancient society is basically the first type. Into the 19th century capitalist countries, most developing countries after the 1950s began to change to the second type. The developed countries have now transitioned to the third type. For most developing countries, the third type is also expected, but it is not possible at this time. According to statistics, since 1975. The world... [more]
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  • Population growth rate and thus education structure within the shadow. As in our current situation, universal education can not be used in a totally free way, nor can we rely solely on reunification of the state for funding. We must also give full play to the enthusiasm of localities, departments, enterprises, rural areas, society and even private schools in order to achieve a shorter, Time to complete the task of universal education. In addition, adult education and formalization of the... [more]
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  • There are many reasons for this situation. One of the most important reasons for this is the rapid population growth. The current task is to provide manpower, material resources and financial resources for popularizing nine-year compulsory education. This requires that general education, especially secondary education, should have a larger scale of development. The impact of the growth rate of population on the educational structure shows on the one hand the academic system and the... [more]
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  • The impact of population growth on education The increase in the number of school age also makes the class too large, which also affects the quality of education. In general, the number of students per class is about 40. This quantity constitutes not only the conditions of a certain group (including sub-group) activities, but also the teachers' understanding and consideration of each student. However, most schools in our country, especially urban schools, have more than 50 classes. The... [more]
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  • The rate of population growth affects the quality of education The more serious consequence of an excessively high population growth rate resulting in a dramatic increase in the population is the impact on the quality of education, starting with a reduction in the average educational funding and teacher quality. Taking the current situation in our country as a whole, there are hundreds of millions of children throughout the country who need to receive basic education, most of whom are rural... [more]
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  • The impact of fluctuations in population on education and society There has been no fundamental shift so far, as pointed out in the 1974 World Population Conference document: "Looking to the future, it appears that many countries are struggling to develop their educational institutions, depending on whether they can curb population growth , And this growth rate has far exceeded the basis of their education plan. [more]
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  • The so-called employment structure refers to the labor force in the various sectors of the national economy employment ratio. In recent years, the rapid development of science and technology and the remarkable changes in economic structure have brought with it changes in the employment structure of the population. This change mainly manifested as the transfer of labor, namely: ① from agriculture, industry to service transfer ⑨ physical labor to intellectual labor transfer; ③ from...
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  • The social function of education and the development and reform of education are not only affected by the natural environment of the society, the demographic situation, the development of productive forces and the political and economic systems, but at the same time, education reacts to social development in the form of its own unique activities, Development has a positive role in promoting and promoting. The social function of education is an attempt to clarify how education, in turn,...
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  • It generally consists of the following elements: values, norms, meaning and symbols, material culture. Narrow culture mainly refers to the social spiritual culture, that is, the social ideology and morality, science and technology, education, literature, art, religion, social customs and system rules and other complex. It generally consists of two aspects. One is the social objective spiritual culture, which is the externalization and objectification of the subjective spirit of mankind, such...
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  • Political and economic system determines the education management system Educational content is a concrete manifestation of educational goals. Education under the conditions of different social connections has different educational content, especially in the social sciences. In ancient Greece, Spartan education obeyed the need of foreign war to brutal repression of slaves, and the content of education was mainly military training. Athens education was subordinate to the training of...
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  • Cultural traditions influence the composition of educational content. Cultural traditions typically reflect the specific connotation of national culture. Different countries and nations have created different cultural traditions, which in turn have shaped different kinds of education. For example, all ethnic groups regard their own national language as an indispensable part of their educational content, which fully reflects the solidarity and love of one nation over their language. In ancient...
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