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Course Quality Assurance: Should We Try Qualitative Methods?
Brindley, Clare
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 1 January 1998
COURSE QUALITY ASSURANCEMETHODS
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In this article, traditional quantitative methods for collecting student opinions both at course and individual levels and possible qualitative alternatives are discussed. The latter include the use of focus groups. The authors conclude that students like this approach and that it can provide more comprehensive data than is usually available using a questionaaire methodology. They advocate a more widespread use of a focus - based approach while also acknowledging the need for a fuller evaluation of its advantages and disadvantages.

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Cross - Cultural Understandings of Leadership. Themes from Native American Interviews.
Bryant, Miles T
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 1 January 1998 página 07 - 20
THE ISSUE FOR EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE STUDYSOME AMERICAN UNDERSTANDING OF LEADERSHIPANALYSIS OF INTERVIEW DATA
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This article reports on a study of croos - cultural leadership. Tentative Native American leadership values are derived from interviews and fiewld experiences with a number of tribes from the Great Plains. Six themes were identified which characterize Native American leadership values within the tribal cultures explored: decentralized leadership; the immanent value of all things; a value of noninterference; a self - deflecting image projection; Indian time or the reduced sense of the importance of time; and a collectivist decision - making approach.

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Changes in the Field of Educational Administration in the United States From 1967 to 1996 as a Revitalización Movement.
Burlingame, Martin
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 1 January 1998 página 21 - 34
TWO CONSEQUENCESWALLACE AND CULTURAL REVITALIZACION MOVEMENTSKUHN, GREENFIELD AND PARADIGM SHIFTS
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Changes in the field of educational administration in the United States from 1967 to 1996 have been viewed previously as paradigma shifts or historical changes. In this paper the authors argue that these changes are best viewed as revitalization movements. Revitalization movements are deliberate attempts by individuals and groups to create a more satisfying culture: such movements move through a series of stages. Using historical materials from the period 1967 to 1996, the stages are examined. It is suggested that revitalization stages not only best explain changes in the field of educational administration but also suggest important consequences about the shape of the field.

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Determinants of Quality Perception in Educational Administration. Potential Conflict between the Requirements of Internal and External Customers.
Galloway, R. L
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 1 January 1998 página 35 - 48
SERVICE QUALITY IN THE PUBLIC SECTORBACKGROUNDMETHODOLOGYANALYSIS
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Social, political and financial pressures are increasing the importance of quality in higher education. While quality is an elusive concept in most services, it is particularly so in publiv service, not least because of the wide variety of stakeholders and customers involved. This paper reports upon an attempt to measure perceived quality with two distinct customer groups within the context of a university faculty office, using a modified form of the SERVQUAL instrument. Some of the possibilities and limitations of the instrument used for such a purpose and within such a context are discussed.

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Accounting for the Audit Commission. An Assessment of the Contribution of the Audit Commission to Educational Change.
Holloway, David G
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 1 January 1998 página 49 - 56
SURPLUS PRIMARY SCHOOL PLACESTHE AUDIT COMMISSION AND THE LEATHE AUDIT COMMISSION AND FURTHER EDUCATIONTHE ROLE AND EDUCATION OF THE AUDIT COMMISSION
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The work of the Audit Commission has received litle attention from educational researchers even though it has carried out influential research and published extensively on aspects of educational policy and management. This paper provides a brief account of the role and functions of the Commission. A selection of its publications relating to the role of LEAs, FE sector management, 16 - 19 education provision and surplus places in primary schools are examined. The author suggests that the Commission punches above its weight due to its ability to link with other government initiatives, its use of rigorous investigation methodology and a politically astute approach to the dissemination of findings and recommendations.

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LEA Responses to the Management of Special Education in the Light of the Code of Practice.
Millward, Alan
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 1 January 1998 página 57 - 66
METHODOLOGYFINDINGS
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Using evidence from case studies this paper discusses the responses of five LEAs to the management of special education in the light of the new policy context created by the Code of Practice. The structure of an emerging model of governance is illustrated, defined along the dimensions of values, LEA role and management systems. The findings of the investigation are reported with regard to the crucial areas of values commitment to the concept of community, and the LEA role of strategic leadership. Critical issues for local and central goverment relations in the area of special education are also identified and discussed. The research reported in this paper was supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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Factors Affecting the Perceived Effectiveness of Planning in Hong Kong Self - Managing Schools.
P. Wong, Edwin K
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 1 January 1998 página 67 - 81
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE RESEARCHPLANNINGMETHODOLOGY
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This paper reports on an investigation into factors affecting planing effectiveness in Hong Kong self - managing schools. Questionnaire survey data from teachers in schools participating in the Phases 1 and 2 of the School Management Initiative Scheme in Hong Kong, are analysed. Principals support and resource support are found to be significant factors in predicting positive outcomes of planning. The concept of flexible planning is explored and conceptualized in terms of buil - in flexibility and flexibility through evaluation. An interactive model, A Self - Managing School Planning Model, which is responsive, recurrent and flexible in nature is proposed.

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