How school-based management in the form of multilevel self-management is related to educational quality is a crucial issue in current educational reforms. An empirical study was conducted to explore this issue in a sample of 68 primary schools in Hong Kong. It was found that the school environment of sampled schools could be classified into 4 types: Bottom-level Self-Managing (BSM), Top-level Self-Managing (TSM), Mediocre Self-Managing (MSM), and Poor Self-Managing (PSM). The performances of the school, groups, and individual teachers among these 4 types were significantly different. Some implications were drawn for practice and policy formulation. Copyright © 2004 Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business.
|Journal||Educational Research and Evaluation|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
CitationCheng, Y. C., & Cheung, W. M. (2004). Four types of school environment: Multilevel self-management and educational quality. Educational Research and Evaluation, 10(1), 71-100. doi: 10.1076/edre.10.1.71.26298
- Primary Education
- Educational Policy and Management