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What are the factors that militate against or facilitate parental involvement in school governance? A comparative case study of two public primary schools in the northern suburbs of PIetermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Apartheid education in South Africa created and maintained deliberate inequalities between schools serving the Indian, Coloured and African communities on one hand and the White population on the other hand. The advent ...
Experiences regarding education policy changes in leadership and management roles of senior primary heads of departments : a study of two rural primary school in Umvoti Circuit.
This study is focused on documented experiences of senior primary heads of departments regarding their changed roles as a result of education policy changes in leadership and management. There are three key concepts that ...
Educator's perceptions of the effectiveness of the training for the Integrated Quality Management System.
The purpose of this study is to explore the perceptions of educators on the effectiveness of the training for IQMS. The study explores just how effective the training was and what does this mean for the classroom ...
An investigation of the changing roles and responsibilities of educators in middle management in the context of education reform in secondary schools.
Since 1994, South African education has experienced major educational reforms that have resulted in a shift in the management and administration of schools. These educational reforms have had remarkable impact on the ...
An investigation of secondary school teachers' perceptions of the challenges in a changing education system.
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