Authors

Rod Chadbourne

Document Type

Report

Publisher

Western Australian College of Advanced Education

Place of Publication

Churchlands, Western Australia

School

The International Institute for Policy and Administrative Studies, School of Education

Comments

Chadbourne, R. (1990). Issues facing and shaping the role of district superintendents during a period of radical change. Churchlands, Australia: Western Australian College of Advanced Education.

Abstract

Before 1987, the work of superintendents was well known throughout the state education system. Their role had evolved over a long period of time and was firmly established - materially and in the minds of school staff. Sometimes people disagreed with how that role was discharged but they did have a clear idea of what it entailed. Superintendents also enjoyed a high profile. They were commonly seen to occupy powerful and prestigious positions, presiding over teachers' careers and curriculum developments. The Better Schools Report changed much of that...

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