a) The successful transformation of schools calls for a ‘new professionalism’ which will be determined by various forms of capital and governance.
Validate this statement with illustrations to describe your answer.
b) Examine the components of organization structure, procedures, information flows and routines in so far as they lead to an efficient administrative practice in education.
c) Consider the extent to which the organizational capabilities of the Ministry of Education and its prevailing culture are more conducive to an efficient integration of activities than the bureaucratic-hierarchic approaches to the decision-making.
problem 2: How far can decision-making by educational administrators are articulated via a network of communication, a framework of information and a flexible structure to support innovation and personalizing learning?
problem 3: Examine the extent to which the structural reform doesn’t induce of coerce behavioral reform. Give illustrations to validate your answer.
problem 4: This is the law that sets the context, in which the Ministry of Education works, finds out its activities and establishes the criteria by which it can be judged (The World Bank, 1980). Clarify this statement with respect to the role played by educational administrators in fulfilling the tasks that the Ministry is needed to undertake.
problem 5: Examine the futures of education leaders in the light of changes in funding and the use of new technologies. Analyze the role of research in decreasing uncertainty in a worldwide environment.