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G. age and experience of principals), the researchers state that among their conclusions there is also a need for pre- and in-service strategies of support and provision for principals of small schools. ) Teaching, learning and leadership in small schools Imagine if: • • • teachers’ salaries were dependent on their students’ examination results financial contributions from parents were virtually nil teachers often taught students outside because of stifling conditions inside the school building.
Going to school’ for Jenny has the same components as you might expect from any number of urban or country students: she leaves her home and drives to school. This in itself is quite an ordinary act, except when you see the routine acted out in quite an extraordinary place and way. Picture this: You are on a property with two buildings (one home and one ‘school room’). Near to the house is an airstrip for the Flying Doctor Service and all around are vast open spaces of land. Each morning Jenny leaves home and instead of walking the few steps to the school room, she instead enacts her routine of ‘going to school’.
A further five schools during this same period closed. On average, excluding the six schools that only had one principal, the tenure for principals in these small rural schools was two and a quarter years. 38 Traditionally, small school principalship has been viewed as a pathway to full-time principalship elsewhere. 39 By contrast, four principals in the same study were in a small school by personal choice, for family reasons or at a career stage where the opportunity for promotion had passed. g.
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