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SHARED DECISION-MAKING IN HAWAI'I'S SCHOOLS: MYTH OR REALITY?

Hara-Nielsen:SHARED DECISION-MAKING IN
Autor: Sylvia Hara-Nielsen
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Artikelnummer: 762481
ISBN / EAN: 9783639128970

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The conflict surrounding the decentralization of§school governance in the U.S. has resulted from§widespread discontent with educational outcomes and§frustration with government-professional bureaucracy.§Under attack are closed, professional decision making§by government bureaucracy, disempowerment of local§stakeholders and low student achievement levels.§§As the most highly centralized educational system in§the U.S., Hawai'i attempted to change the structure§of governance from a highly centralized to shared§decision-making model with the passage of Act 51§(HRS, 2004) and charter school legislation (Act 272,§SLH, 1994). This legislation attempted to generate§changes in beliefs and cultural paradigms at the§school level in spite of a number of studies§indicating the difficulty in implementing reforms§that increase democratic decision making in a state§where structures for grass-roots political§participation are lacking.§§This work consists of a historical review of§Hawai'i's experience with educational§decentralization, and attempts to discern how the§rhetoric of school governance change at the systemic§level translates into changes in practices at local§school levels.

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Autor Verlag VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
ISBN / EAN 9783639128970 Bindung Taschenbuch

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