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Exercise Good Control at the Entry Point and Run Higher Art Education to the Satisfaction of the People

 

The enrollment of art majors has always attracted the attention of the society. In order to further sort out the enrollment situation of art majors in China's colleges and universities in recent years, the research group organized by the Ministry of Education recently held a seminar on the enrollment of art majors in Shanghai-based colleges and universities at the Shanghai Theatre Academy. Relevant leaders from the Department of Physical, Health and Art Education of the Ministry of Education and the Department of College and University Students of the Ministry of Education, the head of the "Empirical Research on the Enrollment Reform of Art Majors" project of the Ministry of Education, and the relevant responsible persons of the Division of Physical and Health Education of the Department of Physical, Health and Art Education of the Ministry of Education, the Division of Undergraduate Enrollment of the Department of College and UniversityStudents of the Ministry of Education, and Division of student Affairs of the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission attended the seminar. Representatives of the Shanghai Theatre Academy, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, East China Normal University, Donghua University, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts made exchange speeches at the seminar.

Xie Wei, Party Secretary of the Shanghai Theatre Academy (STA), gave a report on behalf of STA on "Deepening the Reform of Enrollment Examination for Art Majors, Promoting the Unification of the Principle of Fairness, Impartiality and Openness and the Selection Mechanism for Excellent Talents".

Li Qiang, Deputy Director-General of the Department of College and University Students of the Ministry of Education, said that the series of reform measures carried out by STA concerning the enrollment examination for art majors can become a model for enrollment reform for art majors in colleges and universities more broadly. The relevant departments of the Ministry of Education will also make in-depth studies and discussions of these ideas and mechanisms in order to further promote the enrollment reform of art majors in colleges and universities across the country.

The participants to the seminar also held exchanges and discussions, and expressed their views on how to further improve the efficiency of screening students, strengthen the exchange and sharing of information, and improve the talent classification standards.

Hu Min, Deputy Party Secretary of theShanghai Theatre Academy, Zhou Yine, Deputy Party Secretary and Secretary of the Discipline Inspection Commission of the Shanghai Theatre Academy, and responsible persons of relevant functions attended the seminar.