Educational Accountability: International perspectives on challenges and possibilities for school leadership provides an opportunity to assess, reflect on, and discuss current issues surrounding accountability policies in education from around the globe and the implications they hold for school leadership. It addresses the global trend of accountability policies expanding in scope to include the education profession as well as the increasing incidence of international policy borrowing, brought on chiefly by globalisation.
Edited by Jacob Easley and Pierre Tulowitzki.
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How do school principals work in France? What challenges do they face in their jobs? What role do they play when it comes to school improvement? What can we learn for our context?
These are some of the questions that are dealt with in this book. Pierre Tulowitzki studied how French school principals spend their work-time, when and how they deal with matters of school improvement and what phenomena occur in this context. Case studies in five secondary schools around Paris represent the foundation of his research.
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