Administrative/Management Changes in Education
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This paper shows that in the education sector, service standardization has become an issue of concern for many administrators. Schools and college institutions for instance depend on administrators to set out agendas, develop and promote organizational goals for educators to achieve. This paper proposes administrative changes in education, outlining what factors are responsible for hindering the progress of organizational change, and provides a list of hypothesis.
From the Paper:"Dickinson's  conclusions were consistent with previous studies by Altschuld and Armenakis. To her, the overall driving force of change organization was specialization, a need that corresponds with the industrial era. Faculty members at community colleges today must conform to the need of the graduate practical life and hence must direct their training to specific fields of work at the departmental levels. She quoted Cohen (1992, p. 161) "with rare exception, the [community college] faculty tend to teach in the same ways, to the same number of students, for the same number of hours as their predecessors did a generation ago.""
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