On school management: International council on school effectiveness and improvement, commonwealth council on educational administration and management

Tony TOWNSEND, Allan David WALKER

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Abstract

This article outlines the development and activity of two of the more successful international professional networks focusing on educational management and organizational change. It also attempts to distil a number of conclusions from these histories. The networks discussed are the Commonwealth Council on Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM) and the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI). Both organizations have provided cross-national and cross-cultural avenues for scholars and practitioners to connect for many years. As such, both have worked to fuse closer links between scholars, system officials, school leaders, and others who work to promote leadership and change across boarders. Copyright © 2010 Elsevier.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Encyclopedia of Education
EditorsPenelope PETERSON, Eva BAKER, Barry MCGAW
Place of PublicationOxford
PublisherElsevier
Pages681-687
Edition3rd
ISBN (Print)9780080448947, 0080448941, 9780080448930, 0080448933
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Citation

Walker, A., & Townsend, T. (2010). On school management: International council on school effectiveness and improvement, commonwealth council on educational administration and management. In P. Peterson, E. Baker, & B. McGraw (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education (3rd ed., pp. 681-687). Oxford: Elsevier.

Keywords

  • School improvement
  • School leadership
  • Commonwealth
  • Conference
  • Educational administration
  • International
  • Leadership
  • Network
  • School effectiveness

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