Self-managing schools seven years on: What have we learnt?
This report covers the findings of the 1996 survey on the impact of the 1989 educational reforms.
- The continuing high workload required to make the reforms work was lowering morale.
- Dissatisfaction with resourcing had grown, despite increased school fund-raising. A majority of both principals and trustees now said that funding was inadequate.
- Parental and community support could not bridge the resource gaps, especially for schools with low income or high Mäori enrolment.
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