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    Title: 少子化趨勢的學校因應策 : 以某私立女中為例
    Other Titles: The school coping strategies for the low birth rate : a case study of private girls' high school
    Authors: 吳小曼;Wu, Hsiao-Man
    Contributors: 淡江大學會計學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 少子化趨勢;學校經營;因應策略;low birth rate;school operation;coping strategies
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:52:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 臺灣近年來在人口結構上,因為人口出生率逐年降低而產生少子化趨勢。在少子化趨勢影響下首當其衝的就是教育問題,造成各級學校學生人數的驟降,使得許多學校面臨經營上的困難,包括招生不足、減班超額、裁併廢校、經費不足等問題。各級學校經營發展及教育環境品質,產生重大影響。
    Taiwan’s population structure is facing a declining birthrate in recent years. The first to be affected by such a trend is education, as the number of students enrolled at various levels of schools dropped sharply, making many schools face operational difficulties, including insufficient enrolment, class reduction, surplus teacher, schools being cut down or merged and lack of funding. These will eventually lead to significant influences on operational development and educational environment quality of schools at all levels. By the case of a private girls high school, this study explores the pressure of private schools from operation, enrollment, and funding when they face the trend of declining birthrate, discusses the impacts and influences of the trend, and proposes coping strategies for the low birthrate and future operational principles for schools through interviews with the school faculty.
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