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Decentralisation, Delegation and Devolution: Towards Self-Governing Schools

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This article examines various school-based models, as used in a sample of self-governing schools in NSW, Victoria and ACT. It discusses in detail devolution and the transfer of power and authority to a decentralised school and the new roles of the school community. The article evaluates the degree of success achieved by self-managed schools in realising the set objectives and outcomes pertaining to governance, resources, curricular innovations and quality in education.
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Keywords: Australia; delegation; democratisation; political decentralisation; self-governing schools

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: University of Newcastle 2: Australian Catholic University

Publication date: 2005-01-01

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