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taJA® your school.
Here's why.

 

 


 

      A school is a business. Not just a place for learning.

 
两个老师在同一个教室一起上课

使用“TAJA T2教育·培训”大学会省很多钱 。

The BUSINESS OF UNIVERSITY is the teachers, and their students.

When teacher payrolls keep exploding, schools keep getting squeezed financially. Business suffers.

 

TAJA T2 eliminates this problem ... The high recurring fixed costs (of employing teachers) at your school is over.

With TAJA T2 you'll need less teachers, and with the remaining teachers on your payroll you'll end up with better teachers!

Now that's a win-win in everyone's books- students, teachers and schools.
 


 

Financially, why T2® now?

经济下降时候就导致国内的高等学校招生越来越难。 

所以不尽是从教育角度或从经济与金融角度来讲TT® 是很有道理的解决。

情况是中国经济在减弱就会影响消费者可支配收入和政府的教育补贴越来越少。这个情况所在造成全中国高等学校的加速性的预算缺口。结果是不可避免的招生问题。这个情况会在没有远见的、没有考虑好、没有预防好的学校更严重。
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Weakening economies lead to diminished enrollments.

1) The free ride which Chinese universities have enjoyed due to a continuously growing economy for the past two decades is coming to an end. As of the 1st quarter in 2015 China's GDP growth rate is at its weakest in the past 24 years. Twenty four years! And China's overall industrial production just saw its weakest year-over-year reading ever outside the global financial crisis. Source.

China’s annual growth rate has slowed from around 10% in 2011 to around 7.5% as of the third quarter of 2014. Its domestic consumer market appears subdued. In the third quarter of 2014, the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which measures the average change in the prices of consumer goods and services, was its lowest since February 2010. The real estate market has been weak and domestic investments in fixed assets – which includes new building projects – grew by only 16.1%. That number was above 21% in early 2013, and has been declining steadily ever since. Source.

The state of the Chinese economy in ten charts.

China is entering into a era of transition, again.

Inevitably, slower and lower admissions due to a weakening economy, less disposable money in the consumer's pocket coupled with dramatically less money from the public purse will result in squeezed budgets and in an accelerated financial crunch at universities throughout China. Particularly, at universities who haven't yet given much thought or planned for this in advance. Millions of college graduates won't find jobs, and millions more will conclude that a university education is not the path to riches.

This is the process which we foresee unfolding in the higher education market in China (and around the globe) this coming decade (2015-2025). China is not alone in facing a deflationary dilemma. If these trends continue, financially, TT® really makes sense beyond just the pedagogic value.

 

China's Dagong rating agency is implying the same trends continuing and cascading further just as we are...

February 04, 2015.
http://itar-tass.com/en/economy/775374

A setback in the growth model focused on credit-based consumption may become a source of a new crisis

BEIJING, February 4. /TASS/. The world economy may slip into a new global financial crisis in the next few years, China’s Dagong Rating Agency Head Guan Jianzhong said in an interview with TASS news agency on Wednesday.

“I believe we’ll have to face a new world financial crisis in the next few years. It is difficult to give the exact time but all the signs are present, such as the growing volume of debts and the unsteady development of the economies of the US, the EU, China and some other developing countries,” he said, adding the situation is even worse than ahead of 2008.”
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2) In addition to the financial issues, technically, we believe the data also shows that competitive online "Internet" educational opportunities will continue to gain considerable ground from traditional brick-and-mortar universities just as they have done in the past decade.

They are slowing stealing your market share.

And their degrees are becoming more widely accepted. More than ever before. Here is a classic example of this process. His inspiration is to put Harvard University and all the rest, including you, out of business. And with an IQ of 193, he is/they are on their way!

This phenomena is taking place not just in China but around the globe (7 of the top 10 Google "university" searches in 2014 were for online Internet schools) thereby showing us that "already" the squeeze is on, even if you insist on denying it. The time will come soon when there is no difference between an on-campus degree and an on-line degree.  

 

3) Plus, there has been a rise of Chinese students attending universities outside of China, too.

"As graduates emerge from Chinese universities without jobs, more high school students are directing their efforts overseas. Chinese students now make up 31 percent of all international college students at U.S. universities, according to data from the Institute of International Education.

In contrast, gaokao test takers reached a low in 2012 of about nine million since its peak of 10.5 million in 2008. The Financial Times reported that an additional million students backed out of the test last minute in 2013.

The pressure that once came with the gaokao now falls for some students to the SAT, ACT, and TOEFL."

4) Last but not least, adding stress to all the above is the fact that China is experiencing a slowing down in population growth, already specifically affecting the number of applicants to universities today. Some in China see this population issue at the crux of the unfolding enrollment crisis. We believe all the above factors explain it, and we expect this problem to accelerate in the coming years bringing the question of financial management of schools to the forefront of every administrator's attention.

 

So, here's another way to look at TAJA T2® and incentivize yourself to adopt it immediately ...

The writing is on the wall Mr. University.

Financials are going to become critical very soon (if they are not already). Not the number of buildings, not the nr. of campuses, nor the nr. of basketball courts.
 

Payrolls are going to have to be cut.

Or classrooms are going to have to be stuffed.

Or maybe both.

That's where we are all headed to.

 

We're saying do it intelligently so that students, school and teachers profit, all simultaneously.

Instead of your starting point being "cutting," we're saying think "DIFFERENTLY."

Think merging. Then think teacher training. Taja Teacher Training. T2®. Two Teachers trained in T2®. Two teachers, one classroom. Big savings. Two cost less than three. Two do the job better than one.

This makes sense.

TAJA T2®.

We'll save you money, and make you money.

And enrich the learning and teaching experiences and environment too.

 

We're saying TAJA® your payroll NOW already in the 2016 AND 2017 fiscal year. Get ahead of the curve, now. TAJA T2 fosters freshness and change. Standards are going to have to be reset too as they always inevitably are in a deflationary spiral. TAJA T2 accomplishes all this with the best possible outcomes, and more. This is how capitalism, any type of capitalism, works. Raise the learning experience. Raise the teaching bar. Don't wait. Cut fat from the balance sheet today. You have an incentive to TAJA today because you profit. Immediately profit, as do your teachers, as do your students.

As they say in America, "gutsy moves" usually pay great dividends. Don't wait to be forced into "shaping up" because by then you'll only be responding to an enrollment and financial crisis whereas now you have the opportunity to innovate, lead, and profit. Innovate Mr. University or expect to be financially squeezed probably like you have never seen before as both China and economies around the world dramatically slow down while at the same time more students "go online" for their degrees, more than ever before.

With TAJA T2® the paradigm is clear.

Two do the job much better than one. Two costs less than three.

Sunshine even on rainy days!

T2® enriches the learning experience.

T2® unlocks the teaching potential.

TAJA T2® is a big boon for your school financials!

   


 


THE TT® RULE:

Teacher's have to care more.

Teacher's who don't really care, shouldn't be teachers. They might consider finding a different profession or a different type of employment like at a bank, or a company rather than being a teacher.

But if they want to be a university teacher, then it is their responsibility to adopt teaching methodologies that benefit the students learning experience. If not they risk becoming "walking dead" teachers.
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