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ERIC Number: ED066804
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-May
Pages: 15
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A Comparative Analysis of Student Transfer Policies for Major Metropolitan School Districts in Oregon. A Working Paper.
McMilan, Hollis; And Others
This paper provides summary information on each district policy and an objective comparative analysis between districts regarding transfers requested and transfers granted in relation to school size. Findings indicate that the smallest districts have no written transfer policies, the next largest have rigidly defined policies, and the largest have policies allowing considerable administrative latitude. Some factors influencing the frequency of transfer requests are the degree of clarity of district attendance boundary lines, the placement of attendance boundary lines, the degree of differentiation between schools in specific school districts, the degree of differentiation within schools in specific school districts, the amount of information available about individual schools, and the composition of each district's population. (DN)
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Sponsor: Oregon Univ., Eugene. Office of Scientific and Scholarly Research.
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Identifiers - Location: Oregon