Trends in educational administration in developing Asia :
The success many Asian countries have experienced in expanding access to and quality of basic education over the past three decades has been due largely to a declining enrollment rate, a booming economy, and national development strategies that favored education. However, new pressures created by urgent needs in health, environment, and population combined with an economic slump are fueling a rapid move toward more decentralized education system. syur.
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