School-Based Management Research Paper by The Research Group

School-Based Management
A definition, the goals, benefits and drawbacks, assessment; roles of the school board, superintendent, principal, teachers and parents.
# 15582 | 4,050 words | 28 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Feb 17, 2003 in Education (Administration) , Business (Management)


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"Education Policy Issue: School-Based Management
Political leaders, school administrators, business leaders, and parents are very vocal about their concern for the quality of the public school education that today's students are receiving, which has given rise to a mind-boggling list of ideas intended to reform our schools. The list includes such concepts as mandating smaller classroom sizes, creating social work links, offering diversity training, initiating small-group learning, staffing mall-schools, generating a menu of elective classes and seminars, devising charter schools, providing on-campus psychotherapy, partnering with business for school-to-work programs, teaching critical thinking skills (a.k.a. higher order thinking), legislating school vouchers, and, of particular interest over the last decade, a bottom-to-top reorganization of management, often referred..."

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