Over the last four decades, International Schools have become increasingly important in the global market of international education. The Asia Pacific region has evidenced the fastest growth in International Schools across the world over the last decade. Despite this dramatic growth of International Schools in the region, empirical research examining leadership and school improvement in International Schools in the region is scarce. The purpose of the paper is to illuminate why and how research of International Schools in the Asia Pacific region can serve several useful purposes as part of a broader, long-term agenda for research on leadership and school improvement.
|Publication status||Published - 2011|