Migrant Students’ Compulsory Education in China: Problems and Strategies: Take X City for Example

Ni YANG

Abstract


As more and more Chinese farmers are moving to bigger cities, the education problems of migrant students become more and more severe in China. Based on the analysis on the current situation of compulsory education of migrant students in X City, and comparing with the successful solutions of migrant education problems in the United States, this paper offers some possible suggestions to schools in X City on solving the compulsory education problems of migrant students.


Keywords


Migrant students; Compulsory education; Problems, strategies

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