Longta Experimental School, Yubei District, Chongqing, China
Based on the practical school examples, this paper argues the importance of formulating research-based school development plans, spotting issues such as teacher management, scientific research construction, and home-school cooperation that urgently need to be improved in school development as key breakthroughs in improving school quality and education quality in the next stage, and integrating them into the overall school planning in the new era to promote the high-quality school development. From the strategic perspective of optimizing school planning based on the school situations, the author analyzes the problems related to school development and planning, which has historical and theoretical significance for school development. Theoretical research in the related direction is also further explored to provide guidance for the school development in the future.
Nine-year education schools; planning and development; Four-in-One
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