The Impact of School Infrastructure on the Performance of Pupils
The performance of schools, regardless of the level of training, is given by the quality of the teachers but also of the students. This article has assumed that material resources in schools have a significant influence on pupils' performance, and in this respect we have used: investigation of secondary sources and correlation. The most important conclusions of the article show that the school infrastructure (the number of computers and laboratories) in the educational units has a direct and strong impact on the promotion of primary and secondary education.
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