Department of Economics, Taiyuan Normal University, Taiyuan 030619, China
At present, the degree of Marxist belief of many college students in China is very weak, and even the phenomenon of neglecting Marxist belief exists. This performance shows that there is a lack of belief of college students in China, which is not conducive to the personal value embodiment of students' future development and the driving force of social development and progress. Therefore, how to implement Marxist belief in college education is the field of education Issues worthy of attention. In fact, modern colleges and universities have tried to integrate Marxist belief into teaching, but the actual effect is not good, which shows that the implementation of belief education in Colleges and universities has encountered difficulties. This paper will analyze the current situation of Marxist belief in Colleges and universities and the difficulties in higher education, and put forward corresponding strategies for the difficulties and problems.
University; Marxist belief; Education
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