The spatial accessibility assessment of basic education resources is not only capable of reflecting the spatial distribution of basic education resources in the region objectively, but also can provide scientific basis and decision support for the optimization of education resources. In this paper, taking the urban area with six districts in Tianjin City as the study area, taking the neighborhood as a basic statistical objective, we used the two-step floating catchment area method to measure the admission accessibility of each street in the study area and analyzed the spatial distribution characteristics of basic education resources in the six districts of Tianjin City. The results show that there exist obvious differences in the admission accessibility of each street in the study area. The admission accessibility is characterized by central agglomeration and peripheral dispersion. The high accessibility is mainly concentrated in the central area, the basic education resource surplus region and the basic education resource scarce region are polarized.
two-step floating catchment area method
basic education resource