Path and Value of Rural Left-behind Children from Perspective of College Students Volunteer Service

Min LU


Rural left-behind children problem is a social problem arises with the accelerating development of China’s socialist market economy and industrialization and
urbanization. To solve the problem of rural left-behind children is related to the coordinated development of the rural economic and social development. Therefore,
Shandong Women’s University organizes college students volunteers to carry out on-spot investigation to the village primary school around Jinan City in summer and winter holiday as well as holidays. They develop series of activities to care for the left-behind children. In addition, they try effort to make some beneficial attempt to solve the problem of rural left-behind children, which is of great realistic significance.


Rural left-behind children; Colleges and universities; College students; Volunteer service

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