How to Internationalize a High School? Perspectives from Principals in Taiwan

Yueh-Chun Huang, Shan-Hua Chen, Hsuan-Fu Ho, Cheng-Cheng Yang

Abstract


Facing global competition of human capital, governments around the world has endeavored to internationalize their school education. In the context of fixed school budget, it is important for school principals to decide which factor of internationalization has higher priority in the process of internationalizing their schools. This research thus aimed to figure out the relative importance and weight of different purposes of internationalization of high schools.


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