The third segment is not compulsory, however, if time and resources permit can also be studied. It consists of the population that is best able to judge how ready students of both education systems are for employment. This will be an active test for transformational leadership education of both countries. Employers are perhaps the best guide for the measure of practical skills and actual performance abilities of these students. Thus this segment of the population should be targeted by questionnaires. The case study should be on a massive scale and its objective should be to target all sectors of employment for a balanced view. The case study should be specific and should be meant to offer specific insight by employers. Again care should be taken to target employers who have had employees from both the educations systems; students from the classroom in China and students from the classroom in Canada. This will enable us to compare the classroom in China with the classroom in Canada and asses which one of them is the better of the two. (Fountas & Pinnell, 2001)
Other sources should also be paid close attention during the research apart from the case study. Other exploratory research on the topic, such as scientific publications in magazines, journal articles and such. These are secondary sources of information and they should not be too difficult to come by.