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Published Aug 27, 2022

Jiliang Huang  

Abstract

Southwest Guizhou Autonomous Prefecture has been at the forefront of developing digital education for China’s ethnic minorities. The prefecture uses the Jinzhou Educational Cloud Platform, which is based on improved digital infrastructure, to improve teachers’ digital instruction competencies, raise school precision management levels, and promote inter-school collaboration and sharing of high-quality educational resources. In this study, we examined the prefecture’s paths to developing internet- and IT-enabled minority education and described their successes to provide insight into the deep integration of information technology and education in minority regions.

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Keywords

Ethnic Minorities, Minority Education, Digital Education, Educational Equity

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How to Cite
Huang, J. (2022). Improving Minority Education in China in the “Internet Plus” Era: A Case Study of Southwest Guizhou Autonomous Prefecture. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 12(2), 1749–1757. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.v12i2.821
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