Recently, the Wuhan Municipal Education Bureau issued the notice of the Circular of the Municipal Education Bureau on the Work Related to the Quality and Balanced Development of Compulsory Education. School of Education of SCMZU was awarded the title of "contributor to high-quality and balanced development of compulsory education in Wuhan in 2019-2021" for its participation in the Phase-II entrusted management of the compulsory education schools. Seven teachers of the School of Education were awarded the title of "Advanced Individuals".
It is reported that to promote the integrated, high-quality and balanced development of compulsory education in urban and rural areas of Wuhan, Wuhan Education Bureau launched four activities in 2019, including the Phase-II entrusted management of the compulsory education schools, the Phase-II construction of small-class teaching community, the construction of the community for rapid and high-quality growth of newly-built compulsory education schools, and the district management system. School of Education was approved as the Phase-II entrusted management school for compulsory education schools.
Over the past three years, in the process of project application and implementation, the School of Education has made every effort to promote the entrusted management, and undertake the tasks of "laying foundation for long-term development" and "five optimizations and one promotion" put forward by Wuhan Education Bureau, which has improved teaching quality of subjects, the construction of campus culture and the idea of running the school, mental health education and psychological consultation, the application and construction of information technology, and the training of teachers, especially backbone teachers. School of Education has made great contributions to the development of compulsory education in regions it serves. While serving the regional social development, the School of Education has also improved its teachers' ability to serve basic education, and enhanced its specialty construction and talent training.
Editor: Liu Qiong; Source: School of Education