Administrative factors in educational planning

Author(s)
Wheeler, A.C.R.
Languages
English
Series
Lecture - Discussion Series, 23
Year
1967
Pages
14 p.

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Planning is a complex activity that varies a great deal from country to country depending on such variables as the administrative structure of the country. The complexity of the task is increased because the five planning activities--issuing directives for planning, preparing plans, approving plans, implementing plans, and evaluating and revising plans--overlap each other. Educational planning poses specific administrative problems in three areas--determining the location of a planning agency in a governmental structure, sorting out the relationship between politics and administration, and resolving the issue of involving public opinion in planning (from ERIC database)
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