TITLE

AN ANALYSIS OF ADEQUATE SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM NUMBER ISSUES IN THE CONTEXT OF POPULATION MOVEMENT IN TURKEY

AUTHOR(S)
Donmez, Burhanettin
PUB. DATE
September 2009
SOURCE
Educational Planning;2009, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p40
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Migration and education are two interrelated terms. There is a long-standing concern in both academic research and public policy over the impact of migration in educational settings. Most educational studies and population analyses have aimed to explore the links and/or relations between education and migration, and the effects of migration on education and/or the effects of education on migration. Internal migration has been a feature of almost all societies and it has various effects on education and school systems. As a result of internal migration, insuring that an adequate number of schools and classrooms are in place is one of the important subjects at the very centre of internal migration and education issues. Internal migration is an important subject that educators and educational planners, therefore, should consider when it is deemed necessary to project adequate school and classroom numbers. This study aims to explore the adequacy of schools and classrooms in the light of internal migration in Turkey as a means of understanding the issues and implications involved, especially for those engaged in developing new policies and evolving plans for the Turkish educational setting. This paper analyzes the shortages in the numbers of schools and classrooms, a problem which is among the most important in Turkish education.
ACCESSION #
47776223

 

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