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Organizational Learning and School Change


This article deals with the organizational learning and institutional changes. Authors studied the nature of organizational learning and the leadership practices in Australian high schools. A path model is used to test the relationships between school-level factors and school outcome measures in terms of students’ participation in and engagement with school. The importance of reconceptualizing schools as learning organizations to promote successful school change is discussed.

  • Contributor: Silins, Halia Claudia, Mulford, William Richard, Zarins, Silja
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Educational Administration Quarterly
  • Notes: Educational Administration Quarterly Article 0013161X Accession Number: 8898225; Silins, Halia Claudia Mulford, William Richard Zarins, Silja; Source Information: Dec2002, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p613; Subject Term: EDUCATIONAL leadership; Subject Term: ORGANIZATIONAL learning; Subject Term: SCHOOL management & organization; Subject Term: TEACHERS; Subject Term: AUSTRALIA; NAICS/Industry Codes: 923110 Administration of Education Programs; Number of Pages: 30p; Illustrations: 4 charts, 1 diagram; Document Type: Article
  • Number: 5
  • Publisher: Sage Publications Inc.
  • Volume: 38
  • Year: 2002

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