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The underachievement of boys has been a hotly debated topic in both international and national arenas. Not unlike many schools world-wide, Boston Trinity Academy had an achievement gap. While Stanford Achievement Tests supported the notion that boys and girls were equally capable of academic success, boys GPA s were significantly lower than those of the girls. In response to this problem, BTA, a coeducational school, implemented single-sex classes in four of six courses for upper school students. In addition, a professional development program was actuated with the goal of increasing faculty members'' understanding of social and biological issues that may be contributing to the problem as well as to discuss potential pedagogical changes which could be introduced in single-sex classes.This book provides an analysis of the literature surrounding the the underachievement of boys as well as insight into the perspectives of students and teachers in a coeducational school using single-sex classes to erase the achievement gap between boys and girls.
Land delivery service is one of the public services rendered to customers of urban local governments. To evaluate customers satisfaction by local governments, Bishoftu Town Administration (BTA) was considered as a case study. Problems identified include, lack of integration of duties, the absence of good governance and there is a huge gap between supply and demand for land. The land acquisition, and development process is very long and the city administration has no capacity to provide full flegged infrastructure proactively for the users. Moreover, the absence of land development finances, lack of skilled and motivated manpower, and the absence of private ownership of land. The general objective of this book is to evaluate customers satisfaction in land delivery services and the factors affecting it to come up with some solutions. The analysis should help shed some light on land delivery services, and should be especially useful to professionals in public administration and management fields, or anyone else who may be considering customers satisfaction in land delivery services improvements in public service efforts.