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The Role of School Building Donors in Financing Education: Case Study

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The current research was aimed at determining the role of school building donorsin financing education in the Western Azerbayjan. The present research is a survey type research and the statistical population of this research included all principals and deputies of education offices in the Western Azerbayjan who amounted to 144 people according to the announcement by the education site. To determine the volume of the sample, given the fact the statistical population was limited, all people were tested; however due to lack of cooperation by some of the subjects, the number of 100 people was chosen to compose the final sample. Data gathering was done by using the researcher made questionnaire for the variable of role of school building donors in financing education with the reliability coefficient of 0/828. Also, to analyze the data, the SPSS software in proportion to the level of measurement, descriptive statistics at the descriptive level, and univariate t coefficient at the explained analytical level were used. The results of testing the first hypothesis suggested that participation in school building affairs would reduce education related crises (Sig=0/001); cash and non-cash contributions by donors would increase the educational financial power (Sig=0/001); elimination of existing obstacles and shortcomings would increase participation in school building affairs (Sig=0/001) and reinforcement of spiritual and eternal motivation would cause motivation for building schools (Sig=0/001).


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 55)
A. Rasoleian and E. Mansoori, "The Role of School Building Donors in Financing Education: Case Study", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 55, pp. 160-168, 2015
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