A Survey on the Satisfaction with Multitrack Admission System of Senior and Vocational High Schools: Do Population and Regional Differences Exit?
To evaluate the efficacy of the senior high school admission system adjustments, this study was to ascertain the different attitude toward multi-track school admission system, among faculty in high schools, parents and students, and to compare the differences among them. With 13, 421 random samples, it was found by statistics that different populations of subjects expressed a medium-high degree of satisfaction with multi-track school admission system. Moreover, students from rural areas showed higher degree of satisfaction than the ones who are from non-rural areas in a significant level. This study went on to analyze this issue from four perspectives, which are the institution design of multi-track school admission, the planning and practice of the Basic Academic Competence Exam for Junior High School Students, enlargement of the open admission program and the efficacy of multi-track school admission system. For the first two perspectives, it was found that faculty from high schools showed higher degree of satisfaction. In term of enlargement of the open admission program, the populations who are from rural areas showed higher degree of satisfaction than nonrural areas in a significant level. To be more specific, In term of the efficacy of multi-track school admission, the students from rural areas showed higher degree than the faculty in high schools, parents who are from rural areas in a significant level.
|關鍵詞||多元入學、擴大免試入學、multi-track school admission system、enlargement of the open admission program|