Theories of educational management
This book provides some conceptual frameworks to guide the practice of educational managers. There has been extensive research linking theory to practice in schools and colleges, and these studies are reflected in this book. The author presents a complex body of theory in clear straightforward terms and illustrates the models with examples of management in educational institutions. In making the relevant theory more accessible to practitioners, the author's intention is to promote greater understanding of the concepts underlying effective management practice and to develop the capability of senior and middle managers in schools and colleges.
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Models of Educational Management
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