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Micropolitics in the Tasmanian Context of School Reform

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As a principal in different reforming schools across all sectors in Tasmania, Australia, I observe that micropolitics have been widely in evidence. As an example, I describe the micropolitics involved in an Assisted School Self Review Process. I conclude that greater attention to fact through research and data collection, more intentional communication strategies and strategic shared decision making processes, together with greater understanding of micropolitics, will move schools towards reform more effectively.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 1999

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