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ERIC Number: ED026736
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
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More Schools or Better Schools?
Correa, Hector
Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis, v3 n2 p123-141 1966
Linear programming models are used in an attempt to answer the question of whether more or better schools should be developed. The criterion function is the maximization of the product of education, measured either in income or school years. The model is varied throughout the paper by confronting the criterion function with a variety of constraints, including limited resources, distribution of expenditures on graduates and nongraduates, income received as a result of different levels of education, interdependence of the different levels of the educational system, regional differences, and personal abilities of students. (HW)
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