A Discussion of Administration of Local Public Schools in U.S.


The enriched lifestyle enjoyed by U.S. citizens is a result of free public education. Education has gradually evolved into a very complex process because of the expectations of the American people and because of technological advances. Thus, effective education can occur only within an organization that is capable of analyzing the needs of future generations and that is capable of creating delivery systems that will meet the needs. In this article, the author explored the nature of public school districts and public school management in primary schools and secondary schools in U.S. to shed light on the pros and cons of the educational system.

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Wang, F. (2014) A Discussion of Administration of Local Public Schools in U.S.. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 224-228. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.211028.

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