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The development process of fundamental transformation cultural beliefs, social organizations, Political and economic to create and fit the new capacities and improving the quality and quantity of human capabilities and abilities, Educational, economic and expressed to achieve this state requires cultural change and worth more than all the communities. In other words, the national knowledge and wisdom, the main pillars of development and the time to achieve your goals That makes its way through human development. With respect to this research to evaluate the educational indicators in West Azerbaijan province, with the implementation of 42 indicators has been developed. Applied research and it is also descriptive. as well as to analyze information from VIKOR Is a multi-criteria decision-making methods and cluster analysis was used spss software environment. Based on the results VIKOR City of Urmia, Khoy and tinsel Respectively with a score of 0.0342, 0.2491 and 0.4296 have been in the first place to third. The city Shahindej points (0.9647) And Chalderan points (1) At the lowest rank are located. Also, according to the results of cluster analysis urmia and Khoy cities with the largest share In the first cluster And learning development. In the second group, Tinsel and city of Piran and the third group Bukan County, Maku, mentioned, Salmas, Mahabad, with and finally Counties takab, demands, round, Shahindezh, Chalderan, Chaypareh, Sardasht and Oshnavieh As the city was known for its collapse. So to reduce regional disparities and increase sustainable development in terms of education and out of the current state of all management aspects, social, cultural and infrastructural recommended
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