Another segment that should be given importance in the case study is the student population. It would be impractical to conduct interviews with students because it is impossible to decide which student is more important or better suited to answer. Do you interview students who are doing well under the system or do you interview students who are doing poorly? Thus it is far more pragmatic to target students through the use of mass questionnaires to ensure a representative sample. The education system is designed to educate students. And they are the most important products of the two education systems of the two countries. So it makes sense to use the students as a guideline for the comparison of the two systems. In this context transformational leadership education can be looked at in context through the medium of students. The students are perhaps the best qualified to answer questions on the short comings of the system from their perspective. The questionnaire should be designed such that the students are able to rate their learning experience. They should also be able to easily rate the role their teachers play in the scheme of things. Thus the case study for students should be designed in a way that will easily allow them to rate things and aspect of their education on a scale of one to five. This will allow for a range of responses. It will allow for a statistical comparison between the two systems and the role of transformational leadership education in the two systems. (Fountas & Pinnell, 2001)
will be more revealing and more beneficial than the information obtained from a mechanical questionnaire.