The Implementation of School Improvement Policy in Taiwan: A Case Study

Yao Jung Lin

Abstract


With the rapid growth of economy, more and more students had chosen to receive higher education than before in Taiwan. The Ministry of Education thus facilitated the 12-year basic education, including the school improvement policy, the School Actualization Program (SAP), in order to meet the need of high-quality post-secondary education. This study aimed to probe into students’ viewpoints toward the implementation of the SAP through focus group interview in a case study. The major research finding was that most of students maintained positive attitudes toward its implementation.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v4i4.6258

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