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Karadimou, Maria; Tsioumis, Kostis – European Journal of Educational Management, 2021
This article aims to explore the views of primary school teachers regarding the educational leadership exercised by leader teachers at the human resource management level, and how this can affect their willingness to communicate and collaborate. The theoretical framework analyzes the dimensions of human resource management by a leader teacher, as…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Instructional Leadership, Teacher Leadership
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Tran, Henry; Dou, Jingtong; Ylimaki, Rose; Brunderman, Lyntte – European Journal of Educational Management, 2021
Theories of distributed leadership suggest that organizational learning and change results not from the efforts of a single individual, but rather from a network of people working within their broader systems. Team empowering leadership enhances human resources development of the organization to promote the sharing of knowledge that is necessary…
Descriptors: Schools, Low Achievement, Academic Achievement, Transformational Leadership
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Kyrou, Foteini; Alexopoulos, Nikolaos; Raptis, Nikolaos – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
According to many studies teachers' reception has been associated with the smooth operation of the school, the professional development of the teaching staff and the provision of optimal teaching work. Despite its significance and its attention from scholars, though, its implementation at schools has been facing challenges and hardships. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Beginning Teachers, Beginning Teacher Induction, Principals
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Arquisola, Maria Jacinta – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
Indonesia has achieved equal parity in access to education, income, and career opportunities. Yet in many parts of the country, female academic leaders are still highly under-represented in top academic boards. This study examines how fourteen (14) Indonesian female higher education academic leaders (FALs) enact identity salience and agency in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Women Administrators, Higher Education, Females
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Gawlik, Marytza A.; Allen, Ann – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
In this article, we extend and complement previous studies on self-descriptions of superintendents' administrative work by examining the influential role of a relatively new actor in charter schools: the charter school district superintendent. In particular, we examine the influence of a charter district superintendent's leadership on…
Descriptors: Superintendents, Administrator Role, Charter Schools, Principals
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Walker, Keith D.; Kutsyuruba, Benjamin – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
Decline and downsizing often create organizational conditions that are tension-filled, problematic, disruptive, and prone to unethical behaviour. It is common for educational organizations to face discontinuity of services and reduction of personnel; therefore, it is important to understand the relationship between declining organizations and the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Change, Ethics, Job Layoff
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Wasonga, Teresa A.; Makahamadze, Tompson – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
Goffman's theory of total institutions and Fanon's theory of violence were used to explain student protests and violence in Kenyan secondary schools. Youth violence around the world is not a new phenomenon. However, the persistence, frequency, and intensity of violence, and their consequences beg for logical explanations and remedies. This study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Violence, Activism, Student Attitudes
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Ramanaidu, Ramesh Rao; Kutty, Shasitharan Raman – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
Self Directed learning, oral presentation and peer group assessment are some of the phrases gaining momentum in the domain of teaching and learning. The merits and challenges in using them had attracted the attention of many educational researches. This study hopes to contribute by investigating one element which plays an important role in oral…
Descriptors: Independent Study, Public Speaking, Peer Evaluation, Language Role
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Onukwu, James Nwabianke – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
This paper examined the concept of contributory pension scheme as it relates to lecturers' job commitment in the university system. It adopted the Social Exchange Theory by George Casper Homans in 1958 and a review of other scholars' findings on pension scheme implementation. It established a link between the CPS implementation procedures and the…
Descriptors: Retirement Benefits, College Faculty, Social Theories, Job Satisfaction
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Dampson, Dandy George; Apau, Stephen Kwakye; Amuah, Uriel – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
The study examined the level of autonomy among basic school teachers in the Central Region of Ghana and the effect of teacher demographic characteristics on the level of teacher autonomy. The explanatory sequential design was adopted. Using the systematic sampling technique, a total of 315 basic school teachers were sampled for the quantitative…
Descriptors: Professional Autonomy, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Characteristics
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dos Santos, Monica Pereira – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
The present paper aims to offer some theoretical insights into the understanding of how the cultures, policies and practices of educational inclusion of disabled people in the Brazilian national context is impacted by national and international policies, but also how far beyond they are affected by other aspects when one takes a broader…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Inclusion, Students with Disabilities, Public Policy
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Leogrande, Angelo; Birardi, Giuseppe; Massaro, Alessandro; Galiano, Angelo Maurizio – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
To make their mandate more efficient, universities have to either offer services to students either produce innovation and scientific research. From this point of view it is difficult for universities to focus their attention on economic and financial performance. Instead, it is much more relevant for the university to find models of governance…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Institutional Mission, College Administration, Universities
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Roberts, Ken – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
Throughout the 1980s and 90s there was international interest in the UK's extensive experience (which began in the 1970s) with measures to alleviate youth unemployment. Today the UK attracts international attention on account of its low rates of youth unemployment and NEET, its (still) relatively rapid education-to-work transitions, and (according…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Youth Employment, Education Work Relationship, Secondary Education
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Karasavidou, Efstratia; Alexopoulos, Nikolaos – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
Despite the fact that crisis management is essential for school's smooth operation and crises occur at schools and education institutions around the world, Greek school is characterized by limited readiness to manage its potential crises. This study investigates the attitudes and perceptions of teachers concerning crisis events in school units…
Descriptors: Crisis Management, Emergency Programs, School Safety, Safety Equipment
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Sayin, Utku; Balci, Nazmiye – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
Gender equality in the workplace and social life has been argued especially since industrialization. Despite the belief that the education profession is suitable for women, the education sector has been one of the most discussed sectors due to the low number of female managers. Doubtless, gender stereotypes and attitudes toward women contribute to…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, School Administration, Principals, Sex Fairness
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