Does a School's Organizational Structure Affect Student Test Scores?: A Comparative Study of Public and Private Elementary Education
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Education is important for the future well-being of the nation. It is imperative that all students receive the best education money can buy. Since state governments control the money, it is their responsibility to provide excellent education. Education has an impact on a nation'e economy, and "Both business and society are serving their mutual interests by endeavoring to upgrade student education in order to head off a perceived shortage of qualified labor." To compete in the global market it is essential to have an educated work force. The future threat to America's national security may not be external--it may be internal.
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Tirsbier, S. (2004). Does a School's Organizational Structure Affect Student Test Scores?: A Comparative Study of Public and Private Elementary Education (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/218