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Educational Leadership and Change
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The papers selected cover the shifting role of school leaders and their preparation; the latest trend in management of devolving administrative responsibilities to schools; and the cultural dimension of educational administration. Drawing on experiences from different parts of the world, this volume explores the above issues and reflects the differences in practice.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Frontmatter
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. v-vii
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  1. Foreword
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. xi-xii
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. xiii-xiv
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-12
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  1. Section A. Setting the Scene
  2. p. 13
  1. 1. The Evolution of Change and the New Work of the Educational Leader
  2. pp. 15-27
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  1. 2. School-Based Management: Will It Fly?
  2. pp. 29-27
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  1. 3. The Self-Managing School: A Matter of Being and of Becoming
  2. pp. 43-57
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  1. 4. Thinking About School Restructuring: A Case and Some Observations From Research in Progress
  2. pp. 59-69
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  1. 5. Management of Educational Innovations: The 'Six-A' Process Model
  2. pp. 69-85
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  1. 6.The Neglected Dimension: Cultural Comparison in Educational Administration
  2. pp. 87-102
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  1. Section B. Devolving Responsibility to Schools
  2. p. 103
  1. 7. School-Community Relations: The Principal's Role
  2. pp. 105-113
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  1. 8. Roles and Functioning of Boards of Governors of Provincial High Schools in Papua New Guinea
  2. pp. 115-130
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  1. 9. Challenges of the Future to School-Based Management: The Indian Context
  2. pp. 131-140
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  1. 10. School Management Initiative in Hong Kong - The Devolution of Power to Schools, Real or Rhetoric?
  2. pp. 141-153
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  1. 11. Parental Choice and School Decision Making: Operating in a Market-like Environment
  2. pp. 155-171
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  1. 12. Educative School Executive Teams and the Productivity of Schools: An Applied Research Project Proposal
  2. pp. 173-186
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  1. 13. Three Possibilities for Progress in Educational Administration: Reform, Techno-Science Rationality, Research
  2. pp. 187-197
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  1. Section C. Preparing School Leaders
  2. p. 199
  1. 14. The Teaching Profession in an Uncertain World
  2. pp. 201-212
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  1. 15. Professional Leadership and Quality Education
  2. pp. 213-224
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  1. 16. A Professional Council for Teachers
  2. pp. 225-232
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  1. 17. School Principals - Entrepreneurial Professionals
  2. pp. 233-246
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  1. 18. Training of Educational Administrators in China
  2. pp. 247-253
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  1. 19. The Professional Training and Development of Educational Managers in the Republic of South Africa
  2. pp. 255-267
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  1. 20. Some Theoretical and Practical Implications of an Assessment and Development Centre for Headteachers
  2. pp. 269-276
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