Any attempt to cast a net across a large and diverse area, such as the Asia-Pacific region, is fraught with pitfalls. The societies which comprise the region differ tremendously both within and between national boundaries. They differ in terms of long-standing cultural values and beliefs, social expectations, educational structures, political governance and ideologies and stages of economic development, to name but some. Any attempt to outline and comment comprehensively on the state of, in this case, school leadership and management in the region, risks painting a sketchy and generalised picture at best. Copyright © 2003 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
|Title of host publication||International handbook of educational research in the Asia-Pacific region|
|Editors||John P. KEEVES, Ryo WATANABE, Rupert MACLEAN, Peter D. RENSHAW, Colin Nelson POWER, Robyn BAKER, Saravanan GOPINATHAN, Ho Wah KAM, Yin Cheong CHENG, Albert C. TUIJNMAN|
|Place of Publication||Netherlands|
|ISBN (Print)||9789048161676, 1402010079|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
CitationWalker, A. (2003). School leadership and management. In J. P. Keeves, R. Watanabe, R. Maclean, P. D. Renshaw, C. N. Power, R. Baker, et al. (Eds.), International handbook of educational research in the Asia-Pacific region (pp. 973-985). Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic.
- Professional development
- Leadership styles
- School principals
- School leadership
- School community