In some schools, plans and activities were monitored, evaluated and revised on an ongoing basis using data collected from a variety of sources. ... Interviewees learned that good leadership was critical in the school improvement process. ... Interviewees believed that a strong leader could motivate staff and parents, could help organize aspects of the project thus keeping it on track, and could arrange foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Parents' Participation in School Improvement Processes [electronic Resource] : Final Report of the Parent Participation in School Improvement Planning Project|
|Author||:||Patricia A. Allison, Canadian Education Association|
|Publisher||:||Canadian Education Association - 2004|