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The Future of Public Education. A Policy Framework for Lasting Reform.
Caldwell, Brian
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 4 October 1997 página 357 - 370
LEADERSHIP, ALIGNMENT AND WILLTRACKING CHANGE IN SCHOOL EDUCATIONPOLICY FRAMEWORK FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THE THIRD MILLENNIUMUNRELETING FOCUS ON OUTCOMES FOR STUDENTSCREATION OF SYSTEMS OF SELF- MANAGING SCHOOLSTRANSFORMATION OF SCHOOLS FOR THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETYPERSPECTIVESPOLICY FRAMEWORK FOR LASTING REFORM
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This paper draws on themes in two forthcoming books. One is the third in a trilogy with Jim Spinks entitled Beyond the Self-Managin School, in which changes in shool education are placed on three tracks, with the creation of self-managing schools being one. Activity in the years ahead will lie mainly on the other two tracks, especially in respect to an unrelenting focus on outcomes for students. The second is The Future of Schools: Lessons from the Reform of Public Education, co - authored with Don Hayward, who was Minister for Education and archited of the Schools of the Future initiative in Victoria. A policy framework for lasting reform is proposed, with15 elements reflecting four key concepts: public, entitlement, contribution and design.

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The Case for Theoretical Pluralism.
Griffiths, Daniel
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 4 October 1997 página 371 - 380
THEORETICAL PLURALISMIMPLICATIONS FOR DEPARTMENTSCRITIQUE OF THEORY AND RESEARCH
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In this paper, the author begins with the proposition that research and theory tend to lag behind practice in educational administration. By this he means that the problems of schools, and the activities of administrators, teachers, students and parents are not adequately explained by present theories nor examined successfully by present - day research. In addition, while these seems to be a general awareness of the social milieu in which the school exists, theory and research in educational administration do not reflect the social setting of education. There are many reasons for this, including faulty research methodology. In exploring this claim the author makes the case for theoretical pluralism and does so by attemping to demonstrate the shortcomings of research based on single theories. He claims that practitioners have always complained that research has not helped them to do a better job and suggests that theoretical pluralism offers the best hope of remedying this.

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The Triumph of the Will. An Exploration of Certain Fundamental Problematics in Administrative Philosophy.
Hodgkinson, Christopher
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 4 October 1997 página 381 - 394
THE WILL TO POWERGRAND ASSUMPTIONSTHE EDUCATION OF THE WILLRECUPERATIONMALAISEENDLOGICWILL, AFFECT AND CIRCUMSTANCE
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EMA-003-003
In this paper some of the most elusive concepts in administrative thought are revisited, most notably that of will but also cognate and related notions such as intention, consciousness, value and depth motivation. Philosophical resources dranw upon include Nietzsche. The writer also draws on his own works and, after considering aspects of contemporary malaise, is led to propose a curricular reform and research direction which would substitute axiological for current epistemological preoccupations. The new agenda would be appropiate to the condition of postmodernity yet congruent with the spirit of Socratic classicism. A directional shift is necessary within the administrative profession because the leadership function has the potential for being either the gratest of applied humanisms or the most devastating of all sociopathologies.

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Australian Naturalism and its Critics.
Sun Hyung, Park
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 4 October 1997 página 395 - 415
OTHER POTENTIAL WEAKNESSES OF AUSTRALIAN NATURALISMCRITICISM OF AUSTRALIAN NATURALISMOTHER CRITICISMS OF AUSTRALIAN NATURALISM
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This paper details the ongoing debate in educational administration between Australian naturalists and some of their principal critics since the publication in 1991 of Evers and Lakomskis seminal book, Knowing Educational Administration. It examines critically the views of critics in five categories. Each of these criticisms is responded to from the point of view of Australian naturalism, largely to the advantage of the naturalists. In the last part of the paper the author identifies and explores further potential weaknesses in Australian naturalism.

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Administrative Ritual and Ceremony. Social Aesthetics, Myth and Language Use in the Rituals of Everyday Organizational Life.
Samier, Eugenie
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 4 October 1997 página 417 - 436
RITUAL DIMENSIONS OF EVERYDAY ORGANIZATIONAL LIFETHE NATURE OF RITUAL
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The purpose of this paper is to examine the nature and forms of ritual and ceremonial behaviour in the social life of organizations, in order to suggest how administration can be conceptualized systematically in ritual terms. Proposed is a cultural studies intepretive approach to organizational structure, functions and behaviour as ritual systems, derived in part from Max Webers theory of social action. This involves examining organization through developmental and functional aspects of ritual systems as they apply to organizational reality in both constitutive and punitive form.

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Inquiry in Educational Administration. Pitfalls and Possibilities.
Willomer, Donald J
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 4 October 1997 página 437 - 449
FOR LANGUAGEVALUES WITHOUT VALUATION: A LOSS OF HEARTCOMPLEXITY, CAPITULATION AND CONTESTATIONPANACEAS AND PRAXISINTENTIONALITY AND THE ROAD TO HELLINQUIRY, EMOTION, EVIL AND DOING BETTERREAL AND/OR CONSTRUCTED REALITY
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Inquiry in a field like educational administration draws on philosophy and science, since it deals with both moral and empirical issues. As an applied field of study, educational administration is highly complex. It is concerned with what educational organizations and settings ought to be, how they work and what can be done to make them better. The nature of field and of the times creates pitfalls for inquiry. In this paper a number of these pitfalls are considered. It is argued that when pitfalls are avoided, new possibilities are opened up. Every pitfalls has its reciprocal possibility. Those examined represent the authors thinking as a longtime student of the field.

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Multi - Models of Education Quality and Multi - Levels of Self - Management in Schools.
Cheong Cheng, Yin
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 4 October 1997 página 451 - 462
THE CONTRIBUTION OF MULTI - LEVEL SELF - MANAGEMENT TO EDUCATIONMULTI - LEVEL SELF - MANAGEMENT IN SCHOOLSMULTI - MODELS OF EDUCATION QUALITY IN SCHOOLS
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In current educational reforms, the shift to school - based management is often assumed as the important approach to enhancing school effectiveness and educational quality. This assumption will be problematic if the relationship between education quality and school - based management is conceptually and empirically unclear. This paper aims to provide a theoretical framework to explore this relationship. It explains how the characteristics of school - based management or self - management at mutli - levels can contribute to the emphasis and concerns of seven different models of educational quality in school. The proposed framework has useful implications for current educational reforms in international contexts.

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