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    Title: 新北市立高級中學附設進修學校經營現況之個案研究
    Other Titles: A case study of the management of schools for continue education affiliated with senior high schools in new taipei city
    Authors: 李雅燕;Lee, Ya-Yen
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 高級中學;進修學校;經營困境;經營策略;Senior high school;schools for continue education;management of school;strategy of management
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:40:13 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以新北市兩所高級中學附設進修學校為個案,以訪談法為主,輔以文件分析等方式收集資料,以探討高級中學附設進修學校之經營現況、經營困境及經營策略,藉以提供教育主管機關及學校參考。經資料之分析與歸納,得到以下結論:
    Taking two schools of continue education affiliated with senior high schools in New Taipei City as cases, this study intended to investigate the status-quo and strategies of school management of schools for continue education. Data were collected by document analysis and interviews with school principals, administrators and teachers. The main findings of this study were as follows:

    1. Schools for continue education worked well in term of administrative operation. Both schools operated under school laws. All positions and responsibilities for school staff were specified and clear. But there were still something needed to be improved, such as the source of teacher; lessons for teaching and the effects of students’ learning.
    2. Schools for continue education faced problems and difficulties for school management and development: (1) the high rate of teacher mobility and rotation; (2) the relatively high level of teaching load and low level of payment; (3) the inadequacy of teaching material for aged students; and (4) the shortage of support system for students with economical difficulties.
    3. Schools for continue education generally adopted the following strategies for school improvement: (1) building a strong team for school administration and management; (2) expanding the resources for school development by strengthening the relations with the senior high school; (3) developing school merits and characteristics for social recognition; (4) enhancing school marketing and attracting prospective students.

    Based on the above findings, this study proposed some suggestions for educational authorities and school administration to improve continue education at senior high school level.
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