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The educators readiness for the implementations of inclusive education in rural schools.
The study investigated Black educators' readiness for the management of inclusive education in rural and township primary schools. It is a questionnaire-based field study employing basic descriptive statistics as well as ...
The supervisory roles of heads of departments in rural primary schools : challenges and problems.
This research presents an understanding of the supervisory roles of heads of departments (HODs) in rural primary schools. In documenting the roles of heads of departments, I employed a qualitative approach. Semi-structured ...
Educational management in Indian secondary schools in Natal.
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Principals' views regarding their own professional development needs in relation to teacher leadership.
Since the beginning of the new democratic regime, South African schools have experienced numerous change innovations in leadership and management. These changes have further brought high levels of complexities in relation ...
The impact of technology on school administration.
The effective functioning of a school as an organization requires an effective administration. The effective management determines the success of a school as educational and teaching institution (van der Westhuizen 1991). ...
Principals as professional leaders : implications for management of rural secondary schools during transition.
This study is about documenting rural principals' stories, and voices regarding their experiences of education policy changes and how such changes are impacting on their day-to-day management lives. In capturing their ...
The role of the learner in the school governing body : perceptions and experiences of principals, educators, parents and learners.
After democracy was achieved in South Africa, the South African Schools Act no 84 of 1996 required all public secondary schools to have two learners elected to the school governing body. The question of learner involvement ...
Emergent teacher leadership : a case study of three teacher leaders in a semi-urban primary school.
In the past apartheid era, the South African education system was dominated by hierarchical structures. Top-down leadership in schools reflected a singular view of leadership. The principal’s position of power and authority ...
Challenges and constraints : a case study of three teacher leaders in a township high school.
Many changes have occurred in the South African education field since 1994. New education policies came into existence that were aimed at shifting from the management practices, which have been traditionally top–down and ...
Conceptualising whole school development : examining the approaches of non-government organisations to school development in South Africa.
This study attempts to provide conceptual clarification around the concept of whole school development in South Africa. It does so through examining the approaches to school development of five non-government organisations ...