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Using Confucianism to Reform Chinese Education

Sili Sun
College of International Education Shanghai University, Shanghai, China

Abstract—Education is the bottom line of social conscience, the pure land of human soul, the foundation of a country and the foundation of a powerful country. In the greatest sense, education is any behavior or experience that affects a person’s thought, character or physical ability. This paper introduces the characteristics and shortcomings of Chinese family education, school education and social education in detail, and puts forward relevant suggestions to promote the development of education. The author hopes to help us better understand the core purpose of education, help us know ourselves, help the nation know themselves, so as to control their own destiny and create the future of the country.
Index Terms—Confucianism, family education, school education, social education, reform in education

Cite: Sili Sun, "Using Confucianism to Reform Chinese Education," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 132-135, June 2022. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.8.2.132-135

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