The Impact of Language Policy on Private Arabic Schools (Gansu Province, China)
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Private Arabic language schools, also known as China-Arab schools, are a new form of education for Hui people everywhere since the reform and opening up. Modern education methods, on the one hand to popularize the knowledge of national religion, on the other hand to teach basic knowledge, Chinese and Arabic are taught at the same time, to cultivate the knowledge of Islamic culture, and have the development of all aspects of the compound talents. Although this form of education emerged after the reform and opening up, its root is the continuation and improvement of traditional Jing tang education and modern Hui education. In the past, researchers only focused on the development history of private schools and studied Hui education and teaching in private schools, while ignoring the impact of language policy on private Arabic schools. The purpose of the research is to understand the impact of language policy on private Arabic schools, and the researchers aim to fill in the gap in this field. The analysis is completed through historical data and interviews.
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