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School Management Information Systems in Primary Schools.

  title={School Management Information Systems in Primary Schools.},
  author={Kamile Demir},
  journal={Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology},
  • Kamile Demir
  • Published 1 April 2006
  • Education
  • Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology
Developments in information technologies have been impacting upon educational organizations. Principals have been using management information systems to improve the efficiency of administrative services. The aim of this research is to explore principals’ perceptions about management information systems and how school management information systems are used in primary schools. The respondents of this study were 98 elementary school principals in Edirne. Data were gathered using a five-part… 

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