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Education Quality Management

Author : Jerry Herman
ISBN : 9781461663539
Genre : Education
File Size : 63. 13 MB
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A useful road map to help implement the quality concept in the educational environment...The authors do an excellent job of unifying the concepts of TQM, effective schools, OBE, and shared decision making.

New Teacher Education For The Future

Author : Yin Cheong Cheng
ISBN : 9629490587
Genre : Education
File Size : 31. 59 MB
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Serves to provide readers with an international understanding of how researchers and practitioners in different countries address some essential issues and initiatives in teacher education and development; what they have found from their known and applied research and what the implications are of which are crucial to coping with challenges from the ongoing developments in teacher education.

Instructional Leadership For Systemic Change

Author : Linda Darling-Hammond
ISBN : 1578861675
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 38. 42 MB
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This book aims to shed light on questions such as how leaders can develop and implement strategies to improve principals' and teachers' knowledge and skills in a systemic way, and how they can manage the process of reform in the complex environments that surround school systems today. The authors used for their example the study of a systemic reform initiative that was launched in San Diego, California in the late 1990's. The story presented in this book captures the early years of an ongoing reform.

How Schools Change

Author : Tony Wagner
ISBN : 9781135957896
Genre : Education
File Size : 52. 52 MB
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The first edition of How Schools Change chronicled the efforts of three very different high schools to improve teaching and learning in the early 1990's. Now, in a new second edition, Wagner concisely summarizes the decade-long history of education reform efforts and revisits the three communities at the beginning of a new century.

International Journal Of Educational Reform

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ISBN : UVA:X002336318
Genre : Educational change
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Journal Of School Leadership

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ISBN : UOM:39015077203639
Genre : School management and organization
File Size : 55. 77 MB
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A Roadmap For Quality Transformation In Education

Author : Ncafe Nc Awards Excellence
ISBN : 1574441396
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 45. 39 MB
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When it comes to educational performance, the United States does not fare well in comparison to our global competitors. Numerous challenges, such as our increasing dependence on technology, and the ongoing difficulties we face in providing cost-effective, good quality public education, point to the need for changes in our educational system if we are to provide a competitive workforce in the future.

Systemic Change

Author : Patrick M. Jenlink
ISBN : UVA:X004190235
Genre : Education
File Size : 75. 61 MB
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Connecting students to the future requires changing the educational system. This comprehensive analysis provides the theory and practical ideas schools need to design, implement, and evaluate their own systemic change process.

School Planning Personnel

Author : Jerry John Herman
ISBN : UVA:X004393468
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 89. 94 MB
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Decisions made by groups of employees result in more effective, efficient, and higher-quality decisions than those made solely by an individual, a board of education, or a group of administrators. School Planning and Personnel is directed to practitioners and citizens who make important decisions related to schools' human resources and to school programs and activities, as well as to university graduate students in school administration or supervision. An important reference guidebook for members of school site-based councils, teachers, principals and assistant principals, central office administrators and supervisors, superintendents, and members of boards of education.

School Based Budgets

Author : Jerry John Herman
ISBN : UVA:X004114443
Genre : Education
File Size : 64. 57 MB
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Considering the crucial role of funding in education today, it is imperative that educators understand the budgeting process thoroughly. By presenting an overview of the basics of financial matters that affect school districts and individual school buildings, this highly practical book spells out the methodology, individual roles, and rationale for site-based budgeting and describes the relationship between central and site levels. It discusses income, expenditures, and accounting responsibilities, and emphasizes the opportunity and obligations of the administration, faculty, staff, school site councils, and central district officials related to the total budgeting, expenditure, and control processes.

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