until further notice
SourceEducational Management, Administration and Leadership, 44, 2, (2016), pp. 205-223
07 januari 2015
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Bestuurskunde t/m 2019
Educational Management, Administration and Leadership
SubjectGovernance and Innovation in Social Services (GAINS)
This paper addresses if, and to what extent, the current working methods of the Dutch Inspectorate of Education affect the governance of school boards in schools for primary education. A key facet of the working method is the inspection meeting with the school board. Drawing upon a large quantitative study (n = 244) we are able to identify some changes in school board governance due to these inspection meetings. School boards that had an inspection meeting indicate changes in their governance of quality assurance and data use, and in the amount of data that they collect on the functioning of their schools. School boards indicate very small amounts of activities with regard to the curriculum and instruction in their schools.
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