International Journal of Educational Management



Table Of Contents: Volume 14 Issue 7

Going down: crisis and a school community

Willem Burggraaf

Aeroplanes fly routinely over residential areas. As we watch them fly over our cities, and our houses, it is difficult to think of a plane crashing amongst us. But that is…

Educational leadership for twenty‐first century Malta: breaking the bonds of dependency

Christopher Bezzina

Educational leadership in Malta is currently undergoing a radical transformation at both systems and school level. The Maltese education authorities are delegating a…

Extending the academic year: new opportunities for learning

Stephen Fallows, Graham Symon

The standard UK academic year runs from October to June; in the remaining months the university teaching infrastructure lies largely unused. Meanwhile, the proportion of…

Online education in schools

William D. Muirhead

Online education with Internet technology has been used extensively in post‐secondary education, but it is relatively new in schools. It has considerable potential for…

Is higher education ready for knowledge management?

Jennifer Rowley

Higher education institutions are in the knowledge business, since they are involved in knowledge creation and dissemination and learning. Examines the applicability of…



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