By Neil C. Cranston, Lisa C. Ehrich
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When it comes to status, the teachers get less than top marks. The Weekend Australian [Inquirer section], p. 21. x 30/7/09 CHAPTER 2 Examining the Issues and Dynamics of Ethical Dilemmas Faced by School Leaders Lisa C. Ehrich, Megan Kimber and Neil C. Cranston The roles and responsibilities of school leaders in most countries across the world have become more complex and challenging in recent years. In large part, this complexity has resulted from the discontinuously changing contexts and day-to-day dynamics within which principals lead their schools.
Middle age is often the time when people’s own children are going through critical times in their education or are leaving home, ageing parents make extra demands, retirement is looming and plans and adjustments have to be made. Older members of staff will not be the only ones who are less than keen to change, but they can be most confident and vocal in their dissent and have the capacity to take other members of staff with them. It is in the self-interests of dissenters to maintain the status quo.
The predictable failure of educational reform: Can we change course before it’s too late? San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Schein, E. (1992). ) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. T. (2004). Change management: Leading people through organizational transitions. Boston: Thomson. Starr, K. (2000). That roar which lies on the other side of silence: An analysis of women principals’ responses to structural reform in South Australian education. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of South Australia. x 30/7/09 Australian School Leadership Today Starr, K.
Australian school leadership today by Neil C. Cranston, Lisa C. Ehrich