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Education and Leadership

 

Ball, S.J. (2003) 'The teacher's soul and the terrors of performativity'. Journal of Education Policy, 18(20): 215-228.


Barker, R.A. (1997) 'How can we train leaders if we don't know what leadership is?' Human Relations, 50(4): 343-362.


Clark, B.R. (1972) The organizational saga in higher education. Administrative Science Quarterly 17, 178-184.
 

Developing the Leaders of the Future: A Leadership Strategy for the Learning and Skills Sector. A joint consultation document produced by the Standards Unit and the Centre for Excellence in Leadership. Department of Education and Skills, 8th October 2003.


Fullan, M. (1993) Changing Forces: probing the depths of educational reform. London: Falmer Press


Goddard-Patel, P., and Whitehead, S. (2000) Examining the crisis of further education: an analysis of ‘failing’ colleges and failing policies. Policy Studies 21(3), 191-212.


Gronn, P. (1982) ‘Methodological Perspective: neo-taylorism in educational administration?’ Educational Administration Quarterly, 18(4): 17-35


Gronn, P. (1983) ‘Talk as the work: the accomplishment of school administration’. Administrative Science Quarterly, 28: 1-21


Gronn, P. (2003) ‘Leadership’s place in a community of practice’. In M. Brundrett, N. Burton and R. Smith (eds.) Leadership in Education. London: Sage


Gronn, P., and Ribbins, P. (1996) Leaders in Context: postpositivist approaches to understanding educational leadership. Educational Administration Quarterly, 32(3) pp.452-473.


Hammersley, M. (2003) 'Recent radical criticism of interview studies: any implications for the sociology of education'. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 24(1):119-126.


Kerfoot, D. and Whitehead, S. (1998) Boys own stuff: masculinity and the management of further education. The Sociological Review 46(3), 436-457.


Leithwood, K.A., Jantzi, D. and Steinbach, R. (1999) Changing Leadership for Changing Times. Buckingham: Open University Press


Longhurst, R.J. (1996) 'Education as a commodity: the political economy of the new further education'. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 20(2): 49-66.


Loots, C. and Ross, J. (2004) From academic leader to chief executive: altered images?. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 28(1): 19-34


Neyland, D. and Woolgar, S. (2002) 'Accountability in Action? The case of a database purchasing decision'. British Journal of Sociology, 53(2): 259-274


Randle, K. and Brady, N. (1997) 'Further Education and the New Managerialism'. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 21(2): 229-239.


Rennie, S. (2003) Stories from the Front Line: The impact of inspection on practitioners. Research report for the Learning and Skills Development Agency.  www.LSDA.org.uk


Sawbridge, S.J. (2000) Leadership in Further Education: A Review of the Literature. Learning and Skills Development Agency.
 

Simkins, T. (2005) 'Leadership in Education: 'What works' or 'What makes sense'?'. Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 33: 9-26


Talbot, C. (2000) 'Performing 'Performance' - A Comedy  in Five Acts'. Public Money & Management, October - December.


Wolcott, H.F. (1973) The Man in the Principal's Office. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

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