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Allen, Andrew; Gann, Nigel – Management in Education, 2022
Successive governments, in embracing a neoliberalist ideology of decentralization and privatization, have radically reformed the nature of community-based, comprehensive state education. The transition from 'government to governance' (Rhodes, 1997) combined with the ideology of academization (DfE, 2010a) has created a democratic deficit1 (Corbett,…
Descriptors: Governance, School Administration, Charter Schools, Democracy
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Jogezai, Nazir Ahmed; Ismail, Shaik Abdul Malik Mohamed; Baloch, Fozia Ahmed – Management in Education, 2022
The study aimed to identify the influence of head teachers' change facilitator styles (CFS) on teachers' concerns about ICT integration. The three CFS (responder, manager and initiator) were studied in relation to its influence on teachers' seven stages of concern (unconcerned, informational, personal, management, consequence, collaboration and…
Descriptors: Principals, Leadership Styles, Facilitators (Individuals), Teacher Attitudes
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Harrington, Lisa; Walsh, Nichole – Management in Education, 2022
With a rise of alternative permit (AltPermit) teachers coming to education, many have little to no preparation or self-efficacy for the demands needed to support all learners. Low teacher efficacy is associated with high rates of attrition. As a result, districts throughout the United States struggle to retain the teachers they recruit and hire…
Descriptors: Alternative Teacher Certification, School Districts, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Persistence
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Hetherington, Janet E.; Forrester, Gillian – Management in Education, 2022
This article examines the nature of governance in the Co-operative Academies Trust which comprises academy schools in England sponsored by the Co-operative Group. The historical and political context for the study is summarised, the research methodology is explained, and data are drawn upon from one case study academy. Structural, organisational…
Descriptors: Governance, Charter Schools, Parent School Relationship, School Community Relationship
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Spicksley, Kathryn – Management in Education, 2022
Since the election of the Coalition government in 2010, an increasing number of primary schools in England have converted to academy status. This article explores how executive leaders working in primary academies construct academy freedoms and their attitudes towards their local authorities. Interviews with four executive leaders working in two…
Descriptors: Elementary Schools, Charter Schools, Foreign Countries, Administrators
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Forde, Christine; Torrance, Deirdre; Mitchell, Alison; McMahon, Margery; Harvie, Julie – Management in Education, 2022
As part of the current "Review of Education Governance in Scotland," the "Headteachers' Charter" is perceived as a central policy solution. The Charter changes the responsibilities of the headteacher by altering the relationship between headteacher and local authority, and thereby bringing about changes to the governance of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Governance, Principals
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Porritt, Vivienne; Stagg, Fee – Management in Education, 2022
There is growing acceptance that governing boards in English schools and academies should be diverse. Yet progress towards this strategic aim remains slow despite initiatives to address this. We ask whether boards represent their communities and whether they model diverse and ethical leadership as seen in the culture and values of a school or…
Descriptors: Governance, Ethics, Diversity, Leadership
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Andersson, Richard – Management in Education, 2022
Understanding and implementing educational reform policies is a daily practice in the professional lives of school actors. The discrepancy between how reforms are intended and later realised in the local context constitutes an ongoing discussion spanning multiple areas of research. This article adds to prior research by exploring the role of…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Professional Identity, Foreign Countries, Educational Change
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Vinall, Caroline – Management in Education, 2022
Multi-Academy Trusts (MAT) have developed organically in England since 2010. As a result, there appears to be a lack of consistency in the interpretation of delegated responsibilities of Local Governing Bodies (LGB). In a small-scale study of Headteacher (HT) accountability within one English MAT, governance was revealed as a major cause for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Charter Schools, Boards of Education, Principals
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Fuad, Dayang Rafidah Syariff M.; Musa, Khalip; Hashim, Zahari – Management in Education, 2022
The education system in the 21st century has focused on innovation as a tool that revamps the traditional educational system. The need for quality improvement in the curriculum and the desire to produce students with 21st-century competency skills have made innovation the core emphasis in the educational context. Hence, school cultures that…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Educational Environment, Literature Reviews, Educational Change
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Alghulayqah, Abdullah – Management in Education, 2022
The primary aim of this study is to facilitate interactions among the generative school leadership of high school principals in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to take responsibility for student performance. Existing research suggests that generative leadership is based on the principles of inclusiveness, employee creativity, knowledge transfer and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Instructional Leadership, High Schools, Principals
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Ulfatin, Nurul; Mustiningsih; Sumarsono, Raden Bambang; Yunus, Jamal Nordin – Management in Education, 2022
This study aims to draw on elements related to the successful implementation of school-based management (SBM). Many studies show the success of governance but the objective is to examine whether SBM is tested to account for improving school effectiveness (SE) and student achievement (SA). A survey method design was used to know how the upper…
Descriptors: School Based Management, School Effectiveness, Academic Achievement, Teacher Role
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Hammad, Waheed; Alazmi, Ayeshah A. – Management in Education, 2022
In view of the growing emphasis by educational leadership and management (EDLM) scholars on diversifying the existing knowledge base in the field, this review of research analysed topics and conceptual models employed in 104 studies on school principals from the Arabian Gulf states published between 2000 and 2019. Systematic review methods were…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Principals, Literature Reviews, Concept Formation
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Pavlopoulos, Eleni – Management in Education, 2021
This practitioner reflection examines the challenges inherent in middle leadership and explores how to overcome them. It posits that schools and middle leaders benefit from clearly defining roles and reporting lines and communicating effectively. The investment by schools in ensuring that middle leaders have sufficient time to perform their roles…
Descriptors: Middle Management, Leadership, Leadership Role, Leadership Effectiveness
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Seale, Oliver; Fish, Patrick; Schreiber, Birgit – Management in Education, 2021
Gender equity and women's access to senior leadership and management positions in universities are a major challenge not only in South Africa but on the African continent, too. For women to take up senior leadership roles more potently, it is essential that they not only cope with and compete in patriarchal systems but more so, are equipped to…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Administrator Attitudes, College Administration, Deans
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