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A study of the lives and careers of selected secondary headteachers in Rural China
Jun Hua Zhang
Thesis (doctoral) - University of Birmingham, 2004.
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The framework is applied to a qualitative, in-depth interview-based study of the lives and careers of 25 secondary headteachers from Yunnan, a rural and impoverished province in western China.
Much of the discussion focuses on aspects of personal and vocational aspiration among these headteachers. A study of the lives and careers of selected secondary headteachers in rural China Author: Zhang, Jun Hua.
Awarding Body: University of Birmingham Current Institution: University of Birmingham Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. The framework is applied to a qualitative, in-depth interview-based study of the lives and careers of 25 secondary headteachers from Yunnan, a rural and impoverished province in western China.
A life and career based framework for the study of leaders in education: problems, possibilities and prescriptions. Based on a theoretical examination of the notion of societal culture and an empirical study of the lives and careers of 40 secondary head teachers from Yunnan, a semi-mountainous Province, it.
The study reveals much about the practice of headteachers and offers suggestions from heads themselves about the future of their role. It is evident from this study that, for some, it is the best job that they could carry out – indeed, some look upon it as a vocation.
Notwithstanding this, the current study offers an insight to the various. Follow the topics within this article. Headteachers are leaving the profession in droves, as official figures show that almost a third of school leaders are now leaving within three years of taking up the post.
Of the secondary school headteachers aged under 50 who were appointed in31 per cent had left by schools out of the 17 public secondary schools in the county.
It also included headteachers, 10 deputy headteachers, 20 teachers of guidance and counseling and games. and 40 student leaders of the sampled schools. This article draws upon data, including that derived from observation, from a small-scale qualitative study of new headteachers in large cities, funded by the English National College for School Leadership.
It examines how headteachers spend their days, the challenges faced and the value of. Matsoga, () in his study, he discovers the wide spread violence and misbehaviour that existed in many secondary schools. This lack of discipline which interferes with the teaching and learning process manifested itself in various ways including bullying, lateness, vandalism.
Both male and female teachers participated in the study. Each selected primary school in studied areas had ten teachers consisting of eight teachers, deputy head teachers and head teachers.
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randomly selected for the study. The respondents were head teachers from the selected (sampled) schools. The data collection was done by the use of questionnaires while data was analyzed using descriptive statistics. From the findings, the study concluded that majority of the head teachers had never attended any training on school administration.
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Govinda Asian Network of Training and Research Institutions in Educational Planning, - High school principals. Teacher retention and recruitment is a widely recognised challenge facing education in England. This new study investigates the issue at senior leader level. Researchers found that, although more than 90% of headteachers are retained in headship each year, retention rates have fallen between andparticularly in secondary schools.
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