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Study on the Problems in Special-Contracted Teachers’ Professional Development

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Special-contracted teachers’ scheme, conducted by the central government, is a policy which aims to supply teachers for compulsory education in western China. A large number of special-contracted teachers are recruited in Guizhou province. Research method of investigation is used in this study. The purpose is finding the problems of professional development of special-contracted teachers and looking for the suggestions for the professional development of special-contracted teachers.

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Zhang, Y. (2015) Study on the Problems in Special-Contracted Teachers’ Professional Development. Creative Education, 6, 1623-1628. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.614164.

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