Private Schools and Reputation

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Reputation refers to the respect shown by society for a person, object or institutions and organizations. In other words, reputation is how a person, object, institution and organization is perceived by its stakeholders and society. Creating, protecting and consolidating the reputation of the institution is of great importance for the future and continuity of the institution. Private schools must also attach great importance to reputation in order to survive and survive. In this research, scanning model was used. In this study, the reputation of private schools was examined and it was prepared in order to contribute to private schools operating in this sector.


Education, Private Schools, Reputation

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