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Future Leadership of Schools in Australia: Employee Perceptions of Taking on the Challenge
TEACH Journal of Christian Education
  • Peter Williams, Avondale College of Higher Education
  • Peter Morey, Avondale College of Higher Education
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Abstract

Educational systems are experiencing a global leadership crisis. The literature around school leadership paints a clear picture: school leaders are an ageing population and there is a lack of willingness from classroom teachers to take on school leadership roles. Anecdotal evidence would suggest this is also the case within Adventist Schools Australia (ASA), however, there is a lack of research that has explored the leadership intentions of current employees within this education system. Through a review of school leadership literature, and ASA employee survey responses on the topic of school leadership, this study explores the views of these respondents to taking on school leadership positions, including the influences on their decision to further explore school leadership roles.

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11-1-2015
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Williams, P., & Morey, P. (2015). Future leadership of schools in Australia: Employee perceptions of taking on the challenge. TEACH Journal of Christian Education, 9(2), 22-32. Retrieved from https://research.avondale.edu.au/teach/vol9/iss2/7