Authors

David Evans

Publication Date

June 1968

Journal or Book Title

Comparative Education Review

Abstract

This paper discusses the use of graphical techniques as tools of analysis and projection in planning the growth of an educational system. Graphs are shown to be particularly valuable when used to investigate the implications of alternate growth patterns for various aspects of the school system. The technique is intended to precede and augment the usual forms of statistical analysis. Reasons are suggested why graphs are particularly appropriate to the rapidly growing educational systems in developing countries.

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Publisher's article located at http://www.jstor.org/stable/1186281?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

Volume

12

Issue

2

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