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States that the foreseeable future scenario of Singapore suggests the need to include premisses about the future in school developmental planning. Outlines a futuring process taught in Singapore as a possible way of obtaining such premisses. This five‐step process includes a delphi survey. Gives...
Based on the first‐hand experiences of two university lecturers who each spent a year lecturing at universities in the USA, starts with an overview of the US educational system including both high schools and universities and then concentrates on the differences in assessment strategies between...
States that the concept of marketing is regarded with suspicion by many in education because of its commercial implications. Marketing is seen as a potential tool for the application of market forces and is therefore regarded as ethically undesirable. Argues that the methods and ideology of...
Examines university‐based training programmes for school management in the USA. Surveys these programmes and opinions about them. Demonstrates how one institution used global information to design changes in its training programme. Describes selected changes in the programme of this institution...
Emphasizes the controllability of customer‐to‐customer interaction in the higher education environment. Argues that students′ satisfaction or dissatisfaction with their experience of a university may be significantly influenced by their experience of other students. Customer compatibility...
Identifies a number of recent shifts in issues affecting education and examines the impact on leadership in education with particular reference to the Canadian context. Discusses implications for changes in leaders′ behaviours within the context of social and leadership theories. Presents some...
With reference to a recent government proposal for the introduction of qualifications for headteachers in England and Wales, presents some initial findings of research into training and preparation for primary headship. Discusses evidence derived from questionnaire response data on headteachers′...
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