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Research Regarding the Management of Cram Schools and the Impact of Lowering Birth Rate
Lower birth rate;Cram school;management
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 13:39:18 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this research is to explore the status of current lower birth rate and the impact it has on existing cram schools. The main purpose is to provide cram schools with references and results of the research regarding different managing methods.
The personal interview method was adopted. Owners, students, and parents were interviewed and complete data recorded. This method allows the interviewer to ask pertinent questions to gather and record current data. This is followed by conclusions and suggestions for cram school managers. Cram school owners may use the information to find solutions concerning the following areas: management strategy, teacher loyalty, student achievement, parent involvement and alliances with other cram schools.
The cram schools that are willing to adjust their management strategy in accordance with their ability, and will strive to meet their future goals using the guidelines set forth in this research, should be able to endure the crisis brought about by the lowering birth rate. If the manager's perception of the problem is incorrect, it is likely that their decisions regarding the proper solution will also be incorrect. If the manager chooses to adopt the suggestions set forth in this research, the opportunity of solving existing problems should be increased.
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