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The Analysis of Expenditure for Private Education and Child-Care Service of Preschool and Elementary Children (아동기 자녀를 둔 가정의 사교육비 및 위탁양육비 분석)

  • 김순미
    • Journal of Families and Better Life
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.237-252
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    • 1997
  • The purpose of this study were to identify the income allocation structure of private education and child care and to analyze contributing factors income allocation structure of private education and child care for two children among Korean married couples. For these purposes total sample of 760 married couples those having two children of both pre-school aged and elementary school aged wee selected and total sample was divided into two groups by first child's school aged; those were pre-school aged(375) and elementary school aged (385) Statistics were frequencies means percentile and Tobit and OLS analysis. The results were as follows. First 268 households among the households those having the first child of pre-school aged spent 11% of income for private education while 29 households spent 7% of income for child care. 348 households among the households having the first child of elementary school aged spent 11% of income for private education. Second pre=-school aged' contri uting factors to income allocation struture of private education and child care were household family type family size home ownership and financial asset amount and elementary school-aged factors were satisfaction of family relationship and financial asset.

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The Relationship between Household Income, Consumption Wants for Education, Private Education Expenses, and Old-Age Economic Preparation Behaviors in Mothers with School-Aged Children (학령기 어머니의 가계소득, 교육소비욕구 및 사교육비와 경제적 노후준비행동 간의 관계)

  • Lee, Na-Young;Jang, Yoon-Ok;Jeong, Seo-Leen
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.159-182
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between household income, consumption wants for education, private education expenses, and old-age economic preparation behaviors in mothers with school-aged children. The participants in this study comprised 393 mothers living with children aged 8.19 in Daegu. All participants had wage-earning husbands. A questionnaire was used to collect the data. Factor analysis was conducted using SPSS and structural regression analysis was performed using AMOS. The main results of this study were as follows: The participants' old-age economic preparation behaviors were influenced by their household income, the proportion of private education expenditures they paid, and the perceived burden the participants had of these private education expenditures. The consumption wants for education in mothers with school-aged children had no significant impact on the proportion of private education expenditures paid by the participants. Household income, proportion of private education expenditures, and perceived burden of the private education expenditures had a direct effect on the old-age economic preparation behaviors of the participants. When the perceived burden of the private education expenditures was mediated, the consumption wants for education in mothers with school-aged children had an indirect effect on their old-age economic preparation behaviors.

A Study on BSC development and Strategy execution plan for Private education service field (사교육서비스 분야에서의 BSC 모델 개발 및 전략실행방안에 관한 연구)

  • Jeong, Min-Eui;Yu, Song-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management
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    • v.42 no.3
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    • pp.425-444
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    • 2014
  • Purpose: This study aims to overcome the problem of private education market environment which is polarized into commercialized large private education institutions and small and medium sized private education institutions in a poor business environment, and develop systematic performance measurement model applicable for small and medium sized private education institutions. Methods: To develop the BSC which measures financial and non-financial indicator in a balanced manner and introduce the BSC into private education institutions that contain conflicting goals "EDUCATION" and "PROFIT". In particular, Utilizing the methodology of AHP, the priority of strategies and execution assignments are derived. Results: BSC model was developed and introduced by cooperating with executives of the private education institution. Moreover, the study permits to achieve the strategy, enterprise-wide vision and mission by deriving strategy map and applying it to the private education institution. To measure the performance of BSC model instruction, KPI corresponding to the strategic objectives of each perspective was derived. Conclusion: BSC model generally introduces to large-sized companies and public institutions. In this study, BSC model is developed by focusing on small and medium sized private institution. Furthermore, this study is more than simple model development, it makes a connection with achievement of strategic objectives, enterprise-wide vision and mission through strategy map and strategy execution method. Through the developed BSC model and strategy execution method, utilization plan in practice and customized model for private education institutions coexisting profit and non-profit objectives were developed, and academic implications were presented.

The Analysis of Private Education Cost for the Elementary, Middle, and High School Students in Korea (초,중,고 사교육비 영향요인 분석)

  • Lee, Hyejeong;Song, Jongwoo
    • The Korean Journal of Applied Statistics
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    • v.27 no.7
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    • pp.1125-1137
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    • 2014
  • This paper studies what affects the private education cost for the elementary, middle, and high school students. It is a big issue now because there can be a problem in the equal opportunity for education if the portion of private education cost is very high in the total education cost. If we spend more time and money on the private education than the school education, it can cause the polarization among the classes and regions. The excessive private education also can deteriorate the school system. we use various regression and classification methods to analyze the cost of private education and find the important variables in the models. we found that large cities spend more money on the private education than small cities. We also found that high school students spend more than middle school students and the elementary students and the household with more income spend more money on the private education.

Why Gifted Students Participate in Private Education?: A Study on the Current Status and Key Factors of the Attendance in Private Education (영재들은 왜 사교육을 받을까?: 초등 영재의 사교육 실태 및 참여 결정요인 분석)

  • Han, Ki-Soon;Park, Yujin
    • Journal of Gifted/Talented Education
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.505-521
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of the study is the find out current status and key factors of attendance in private education of gifted students. The results show that 95.9% of gifted students and 94.6% of general students are currently participating in private education. Most percentages of students took English and math programs at the private institutes. Average amount of time students spend for private education was 2~3 hours per day, and most percentage of parents spent 400,000~600,000 won per month for their children's private education. There were no significant differences between the gifted and the general students in the aspects of private education statuses. Regarding the key factors of attendance in private education, improvement of study related skills, school grade management, and influences of surroundings, such as parents and friends, were showed as significant variables in gifted students group. Interestingly, influences of surroundings showed negative effect. For general students and their parents, improvement of study related skills and school grade management factors were significant variables. And for the parents of gifted students, improvement of study related skills and entering higher level schools appeared as significant factors for the participation in private education. Implications of the study were discussed in depth.

The Rate of Credit Card Payment for Private Extracurricular Education in Korea (보충교육서비스 요금의 신용카드 결제 실태)

  • 김혜선;김숙향
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.42 no.3
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    • pp.119-130
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study is to estimate the rate of credit card payment for private education. The results of study can be used to improve credit card handling problems of private educational institutes, leading toward improvements in income transparency, increase in tax burden equity and long-term economic welfare improvement for individual households. 424 households out of 586 household that were surveyed in September of 2002 had 1,700 cases private extracurricular education. 67 of the 1,700 cases that did not have expenditure records were removed from the analysis. Only 3.67% out of 1,633 cases were paid by a credit cards and the amount of credit card payment were only 5.65% of the total amount spent for private education. The average fee of private educational institutes that allow credit card payment was higher than the fees of private institutes which don't allow a credit card payment or those of private institutes where consumers don't know whether a credit card payment was allowed. The average fee of private education paid by credit cards was 34,465.46 won higher than that paid by cash. Credit card payments to private educational institutions is an important social issue with respect to fair tax collection and tax burden equity since most private educational services operate in fairly small sizes and are offered by the self-employed, and the expense of private education is a fairly large proportion of the household income. It is also important for consumers if credit card acceptance expands alternatives that consumers can choose in private education. Therefore, credit card payment should be encouraged in private extracurricular education. To do this, private education providers should be forced to join a credit card payment service by the National Tax Service. A regulation that prohibits the refusal of credit card payments should be required, and credit card service charges of private education providers should be incrementally decreased. Also, consumer education and public promotions for credit card use instead of cash in paying for private education fees are recommended.

Progressive Analysis of Private Education Expenses for Mathematics Subjects of Elementary School Students (초등학생의 수학 교과 사교육비에 대한 추이적 분석)

  • Kim, Somin;Lee, Jong-hak
    • Journal of the Korean School Mathematics Society
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.243-259
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    • 2021
  • This study examines trends by school level, region, subject, and type centered on elementary schools when private education is perceived as a social problem due to the overheating of private education and its over-dependence. This study aims to provide a direction to ease the school mathematics education and meet the expectations of school mathematics education. As a result of this study, in mathematics subjects, the graph of private education expenses for mathematics subjects was not affected by the period and showed a somewhat consistent linear trend. In other words, we found that the private education cost of the mathematics subject was solid compared to other factors, and was not significantly affected by external variables, and was consistent. It is meaningful to examine the trends of private education costs in mathematics subjects with a comparison between the past and present and to grasp what factors and how they have changed and developed.

A Study on the private education expenditures using on-line education and it교s effect (온라인 교육에 대한 사교육비 지출 실태 및 효과 분석)

  • 김성희
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.53-72
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of the research is to investigate the amount of private education expenditures for on-line education and the factors which affect on-line education expenditures and its decreasing effect of private education expenditures. The results of this study can provide basic materials to found policy to decrease private education market and private education expenditures. The sample of this study was 484 parents who had an experience using on-line education for their children being in mainly constituted by classes of pre-school over and less than high school student. The results was as follows. First, education expenditures for on-line education are 64,900won and the English and the Mathematics as main reasons using on-line education were that it is available for 24 hours and cheaper than off-line education. The parents got information for on-line education by internet, mass media and their next-door neighbors. Second, the significant variables which affect on-line education expenditures and its decreasing effect of education expenditures were the children's school level and financial related factors.

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The Influence of Family Resources on Adolescents' Academic Achievement : Focusing on the Difference in Mediating Effects Size between Parenting and Private Education (가족 자원이 청소년의 학업성취에 미치는 영향 : 부모 양육태도와 사교육의 매개효과 차이검증을 중심으로)

  • Lee, Ju-Rhee
    • Korean Journal of Child Studies
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.137-146
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    • 2010
  • This study investigated the influence of family resources on adolescents' academic achievement, and analyzed the differencesin mediating effects between parenting and private education. The participants in this study were 5916 middle school students (males 3078, females 2838) in KELS. Structural Equation Modeling indicated that : (1) Family resources influenced adolescents' academic achievement. (2) Both parenting and private education mediated the associations between family resources and adolescents' academic achievement. (3) The difference of mediating effects for parenting and private education was not found to be significant.

An International Comparison of the Effect of Private Education Spending on Student Academic Performance: Evidence from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), 2006 (사교육비 지출의 성적 향상 효과에 관한 국제비교)

  • Kang, Changhui
    • Journal of Labour Economics
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    • v.32 no.3
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    • pp.61-89
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    • 2009
  • This paper undertakes an international study on impacts of private education spending on student academic performance, using the OECD's PISA 2006 data. To circumvent endogeneity of the education spending, it relies on a propensity-score matching method. The empirical results suggest thai the effect of private education spending remains only modest for all the countries examined in the PISA 2006 data. A 10 percent increase in spending leads to no more than a 0.6 percent average improvement in test scores.

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