Studies: Australian search process for principals flawed

04/18/2006 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

The selection process for school principals, especially those for rural schools, suffers from a conservative bias toward men, a preference for internal candidates and suspicion towards aspirants with postgraduate qualifications, reports two Australian studies. Government officials in the state of Victoria are considering several changes to the methodology and composition of principal-selection panels.

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