C China Province Holds Meeting to Promote Family Education

December 26, 2018
Editor: Wang Yue
C China Province Holds Meeting to Promote Family Education
Henan Women's Federation holds a special conference in Zhengzhou from December 4-5, to elect the new leadership of the provincial family education society and promote local family education work. [Women Voice]

 

Henan Women's Federation (HWF), central China, held a special conference in the city of Zhengzhou from December 4-5, 2018, to elect the new leadership of the provincial family education society and promote local family education work.

The event was also held to study and implement the spirit of President Xi Jinping's remarks on family education; make arrangements in accordance with the deployment of the 12th National Women's Congress; and, carry out the requirements that Shen Yueyue, president of the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF), put forward during her recent investigation in Henan.

Fan Ping, vice-president of HWF, attended the event and delivered a work report on behalf of the second council of the provincial family education society.

Fan summarized the achievements made by the family education society over the past few years and gave her suggestions on future work.

Officials deliberated and approved the work report, looked at the organization's constitution and discussed the ways to elect new members of the third council at the event.

Tao Zhen, part-time vice-president of HWF, was elected as the president of the third council of the society.

Tao pledged that she will contribute her efforts to uniting all educators together, promoting the innovative development of family education and cultivating new generations so as to help achieve national rejuvenation.

Organizers engaged Chen Huichang, professor at Beijing Normal University, as an honorary chairman and invited him to make a special report on family education from the perspective of psychology.

In addition, Cao Ping, deputy secretary general of China Youth and Children Research Association and Xing Zhi, deputy director of the National Office for the Promotion of Advanced Educational Experiences in Family, School and Community, delivered speeches at the gathering.

They explained the development program for family education workers and introduced several new models of family education respectively.

According to the speeches made by Shen, officials from the family and children's work department of HWF have planned the priorities of family and children's work next year and have discussed how to arrange the future work.

Other participants included some 100 representatives from the provincial family education society and officials from women's federations at all levels.

Participants said they have a clearer understanding of family education in the new era and they would devote their efforts to helping more families to develop family education.

 

C China Province Holds Meeting to Promote Family Education
Fan Ping, vice-president of HWF, attends the event and delivers a work report. [Women Voice]
C China Province Holds Meeting to Promote Family Education
Attendees at the event [Women Voice]
C China Province Holds Meeting to Promote Family Education
Tao Zhen, part-time vice-president of HWF and president of the third council of the provincial family education society, delivers a speech at the event. [Women Voice]
C China Province Holds Meeting to Promote Family Education
Chen Huichang, professor at Beijing Normal University, makes a special report on family education from the perspective of psychology. [Women Voice]
C China Province Holds Meeting to Promote Family Education
Cao Ping, deputy secretary general of China Youth and Children Research Association, delivers a speech at the event. [Women Voice]
C China Province Holds Meeting to Promote Family Education
Xing Zhi, deputy director of the National Office for the Promotion of Advanced Educational Experiences in Family, School and Community, delivers a speech at the event. [Women Voice]

 

(Source: Women Voice/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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