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Document Number: 2885

Forms and Effects of School-Based Management: A Review - Based on a review of 83 empirical studies of school-based management (SBM), the authors identify four major forms of SBM: administrative control, professional control, community control and equal control. The authors also sought to determine what effects SBM has on students, teachers, principals, parents, district administrators and schools. They found that none of the variations of SBM produced any notable effect on students, but that largely positive effects were observed for principals and teachers. This article can be ordered by calling Sage Publications at 1-800-818-7243. Individual articles cannot be purchased, but back orders of the journal can be purchased for an individual rate of $25 and an institutional rate of $75 per journal. (Kenneth Leithwood and Teresa Menzies, Educational Policy, May 1998) ...
Author: Kenneth Leithwood and Teresa Menzies
Publisher: Educational Policy

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