Category Archives: Impact of School Organisational Structures

Identifying the Benefits of School Technological Change

Mal Lee and Lorrae Ward One of the great shortcomings in schools today is the absence of appropriate approaches or methods school leaders and teachers can readily use to adjudge the various benefits flowing from the introduction and use of … Continue reading

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Self-Managing Schools, Digital Strategy and the Networked World

Mal Lee and Glenn Finger January 2011 The Prime Minister’s proposal to work with the states and territories in providing all Australian schools – State, Independent, and Catholic – with substantial, increased self-management by around 2018 is to be commended. … Continue reading

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The Impact of School Organisational Structures on Teacher Agency and Educational Contribution

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