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This inquiry is a theoretical analysis that attempts to identify the features of school structure that efficiently promote positive outcomes of organization, while limiting negative consequences that are often associated with bureaucratic structures. To that end, the concepts of enabling...
This article presents an overview of the changing role of principals and head teachers from an international perspective. The role changes of local site management, increased accountability, the tension between management and leadership, altered relationships with community, and dilemmas related...
The critique of western ethnocentric notions of leadership presented in this paper is informed by debates on issues such as gender and educational leadership that have produced meta‐narratives that explore and explain women and men's ways of leading. One of the troubling aspects of western...
School leaders continue to be urged to have vision. Some argue that effective schools have principals who create and communicate a vision for the school. However, although there is literature on visionary leadership, relatively little is empirical. The purpose of the study was to investigate...
“Zero tolerance” has become the international “buzz word” of the secondary building administrator. As school violence has increased so have the legislative and regulatory policy‐making mandates calling for increased disciplinary consequences for inappropriate student behavior. Ethical...
Interest in teacher “stress” and its relationship to teacher well‐being has a long and distinguished history. However, there has been criticism of this research endeavour for its conceptual narrowness and lack of psychometric rigour. An international project investigating teacher and school...
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