Quantitative Management, Quality Outcomes

The Pursuit of Quality in the 1900's


  • P.R. d'Plesse




The chill winds of change have been sweeping through educational systems across the nation and there is little doubt that the  way in which schools are managed and the way in which teachers work will continue to change throughout the nineties. This will impose a level of challenge to school administrators and teachers that will demand both a flexibility of approach and openness of thinking that has the potential to reap great benefits to students right across the nation. Dare it be said, but the cuts to education which have decimated systems in all states may unintentionally (I say unintentionally because I doubt the foresight and  motivation of many of those who imposed such cuts) ... unintentionally provide a rare opportunity to achieve significant  improvements in our educational systems.




How to Cite

d’Plesse, P. (1994). Quantitative Management, Quality Outcomes: The Pursuit of Quality in the 1900’s. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 4(1), 41–51. https://doi.org/10.47381/aijre.v4i1.384