Education development in rural China as an important factor for socio-economic development in the 14th Five-Year Plan period
Against the backdrop of major reforms in education development in the 21st century, in the run-up to the adoption of China's new 14th Five-Year National Economic and Social Development Plan (the 14th Five-Year Plan), plans for education development in rural China have been announced again and again. However, it is no longer just a question of ensuring quality basic education, but also of developing other segments of education as an essential component of the country's continued economic growth.
... The authorities are now taking a more comprehensive approach to the development of the country's rural areas, so the most pressing issues in this regard are included in the agenda: ensuring the quality of education, training personnel in rural areas, creating conditions for improving the skills of those employed in agriculture, as well as issues related to the social features of regional development, creating favorable living, working and social security conditions for the elderly, whose numbers are increasing every year. Such a comprehensive approach to solving the problems of socio-economic development of rural regions will be one of the most important points in the implementation of the new five-year plan.