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ERIC Number: ED102684
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 10
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Participative Decision Making in Curriculum.
Knoop, Robert; O'Reilly, Robert
This study attempts to render more specific the curriculum decisionmaking models of Goodlad and Myers. Perceived and desired loci and methods of making curriculum decisions in the secondary schools were determined by secondary school personnel in Ontario schools. Results indicated that teachers desired to have their ideas considered rather than to make decisions themselves. Group decisions were also highly desired. Both teachers and principals felt that department heads made too many curricular decisions on their own. A refinement of Myers' theory is proposed, particularly with reference to the role of the principal. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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