Improving the Quality of Australian Schools
Judith D. Chapman
ACER, 1991 - Education - 162 pages
Papers from a national seminar organised by the School Decision Making and Management Centre at Monash University. Contributors include academics, unionists and public servants. The debate centres on definitions of quality education and resources, and the impediments to assigning and achieving quality education systems.
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Victorian Perspectives Joan Kirner
The Concept and the Concern
Quality in the Australian Setting Malcolm Skilbeck
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