The purpose of the study was to present ideas to improve capacities in data processing,
collection, storage, analysis and supply. As a result educational planners, managers and
partners can be availed with reliable and timely data and information, promote the use of
relevant information and eliminate duplications. [Continues.]
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A Master's Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Master of Philosophy at Loughborough University.
Loughborough University, Department of Education.
WRITTEN EXAMINATION. In accordance with the provision of the University Regulations the external examiners
submitted a series of questions to the candidate to be answered in writing in lieu of a viva
Those questions and the candidate's written answers are included in this thesis as:
'Appendix 11: Candidate's answers to the written questions supplied by the External
Examiners in lieu of a viva voce examination'.