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A Study on the Management Strategy of Private Vocational High Schools in the Trend of Declining Birthrates in Taiwan
low birth rate of children
private vocational high school
school management strategy
This research explored the management difficulties and its solving policy in the Private Vocational High Schools in Taiwan. Its purpose is to investigate the coping strategy for the impacts of the low birth rates of children in Taiwan including student recruit, quality of teachers, budget planning and public relationship development. A questionnaire was developed to collect school administrators’ idea to deal with the problems coming from low birth-rate trends. There are 260 questionnaires distributed to 65 private vocational high schools to reach their principals, directors of teaching affairs, and directors of general affairs. Among them, 173 were answered, but only 146 were valid, the validity ratio is 56%. Some suggestions were given to the school administrators to make preparations for the future after statistic analysis.
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