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  Building moral education system  

  

 

Improving moral education for juveniles in Linshu, a county in East China's Shandong Province, is a long-term and arduous task both for the students and the educators, said sources from the local women's federation.

The local authority has always attached great importance to improving juvenile's morality and tried every means to implement the task with novel contents, new mechanisms and creative methods.

A recent three-step move to further the cause seems effective, making self-moral improvement a popular mindset among students.

A three-layer moral education network, linking family, school, and society, has been established. The school forges close interaction with parents by building the parent school and imparting parents with family education know-how at a class once a month.

Through family visiting activities, teachers, parents and students communicate and exchange ideas in order to map out development plans tailored to the students.

For years, the campaign on embracing science, refusing drugs and reading instructive books has received a positive response from students.

The local education bureau and concerned authorities have set up a moral and traditional education committee, comprised of retired cadres who participated in the Chinese national revolution in the past. These veterans give lectures at schools, eulogizing patriotism and traditional merits.

Furthermore, every middle school employs a part-time vice-president, who gives legal lectures to students on a regular basis.

 

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