Evaluation objectives of Educational integrated based on Social-psychological training, economical objectives, educational guidance and Organizing training time

Abdolhossein NAGHIZADE ANHAR, Ezatolah NADERI, Ghodsy AHGHAR
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Abstract


Abstract. The purpose of this study was evaluating function of cluster schools. The population of this research included is 566 cluster schools in Western-Azerbaijan province based on data that was received from the State Office of Education. Finally, the sample consisted of 242 were selected randomly such as 48 Performer, 168 teachers, 26 educational planning experts in order to answer a questionnaire study.  The questionnaire consists of 36 questions with five options (Likert) . We used chi square in order to test the hypotheses. Results of research indicted that the hypotheses were rejected. Overall analysis of the data showed more than 75 percent of enforcement, educational planning experts and teachers believed that objectives of educational systems have been achieved moderately and less than average. Therefore, more efficient infrastructure can reduce the disadvantages as well as reveal advantages it.


Keywords


Cluster schools, Economical objectives, Educational Guidance, Organizing training time

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