Conclusion: Embedding societal culture in the study of educational leadership

Clive DIMMOCK, Allan David WALKER

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Abstract

In a globalizing and internationalizing world, it is not only business and industry that are changing. Education, too, is caught up in a new world order. Growing numbers of school and university students are studying overseas. Universities are seeking international collaboration. International education agencies and consultants abound. Above all, the global transmission of policies and practices increasingly ignores national and cultural boundaries. The business of education is fast becoming just that-a business-operating on a globalized and internationalized scale. Multinational universities and schools are likely to be a significant development-in one form or another-in the twenty-first century. Copyright © 2002 by Routledge.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSchool leadership and administration: Adopting a cultural perspective
EditorsAllan WALKER, Clive DIMMOCK
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherRoutledge
Pages223-234
ISBN (Electronic)9781136061066
ISBN (Print)9780203616130, 0415932939, 0415932947
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002

Citation

Dimmock, C., & Walker, A. (2002). Conclusion: Embedding societal culture in the study of educational leadership. In A. Walker, & C. Dimmock (Eds.), School leadership and administration: Adopting a cultural perspective (pp. 223-234). New York: Routledge.

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