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Funding Barriers For Adult Education Programs, Tajullah Skylark Jul 2011

Funding Barriers For Adult Education Programs, Tajullah Skylark

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

According to the U.S. Department of Education, each day nearly seven thousand high school students become dropouts, adding up to 1.3 million students annually. In October 2007, approximately 3.3 million 16- through 24-year-olds did not earn a high school diploma or alternative credential (Cataldi Et Al, 2009).


Strategies For Enhancing Private Sector Participation In The Funding Of Secondary Schools In Delta State, Nigeria, E.D. Nakpodia Apr 2011

Strategies For Enhancing Private Sector Participation In The Funding Of Secondary Schools In Delta State, Nigeria, E.D. Nakpodia

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

Secondary education occupies a strategic position in Delta state because of the important role it plays in preparing the students for useful living in the society and for higher education. The state government manages and funds secondary education .(Onwusoanya, 2005). To ensure that secondary schools achieved what they are set to achieve , they must in environment that encourage students’ encumbrance. Standard should be the strong point of the schools (Olanreweya, 2005)


Budget Administration In Nigerian Universities: A Case Study Of Delta State University, Abraka, Anho Efe Apr 2011

Budget Administration In Nigerian Universities: A Case Study Of Delta State University, Abraka, Anho Efe

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

Education is considered to be the greatest investment any country can invest on to transform its economic, political and human resource. It requires huge and adequate financial provision, it is an expensive non profit social service which needs proper management and implementation. Therefore educational investment according to Saint et al, (2003) has become a decisive factor in knowledge-based economies that from global perspective, economic and social developments are increasingly being driven by the advancement and application of knowledge. The quality of a nation’s educational system especially tertiary education positively correlates with its development profile and determine by the nature ...


The History Of The Barnes Law And Its Effect On High School Education In Kansas, Clay Walton Brown Jul 1941

The History Of The Barnes Law And Its Effect On High School Education In Kansas, Clay Walton Brown

Master's Theses

In brief, the Barnes Law is a county wide plan of taxation to aid in the cost of operation and maintenance of the high schools within the county. A Barnes county is one in which the high schools of the county are a unit operating under the provisions of the Barnes Act. In making this investigation the Historical and Statistical methods of research were divided into three parts, first the agencies and organizations used to secure facts leading to the enactment of the Barnes Law. This was done by examining the Biennial Reports of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction ...


A State Equalization Fund For Secondary Education, Herbert Reinking Jul 1940

A State Equalization Fund For Secondary Education, Herbert Reinking

Master's Theses

The problem of this study is: (1) to develop the present financial status of high schools in Kansas, (2) to present reasons for creating a state equalization fund for high schools in Kansas, (3) to briefly study plans for the equalization of public education now in operation in certain selected states, and (4) to propose a plan whereby the burden of support and the educational advantages of a minimum high school program will be equalized.


Supreme Court Decisions In Kansas Affecting The Organizing Of Schools, Floyd S. Hadley Jul 1939

Supreme Court Decisions In Kansas Affecting The Organizing Of Schools, Floyd S. Hadley

Master's Theses

The problem of this thesis is to review supreme court decisions in Kansas affecting the organization of schools.


The History Of Education In Kansas Since 1914, Charles H. Brooks Jan 1933

The History Of Education In Kansas Since 1914, Charles H. Brooks

Master's Theses

The general problem of this thesis is to outline and to discuss a section of the history of education in Kansas, beginning with the year 1914 and extending to 1932, and to posit its evolutionary character in its proper setting.