This topic adopts a critical lens in a consideration and critique of the concept and nature of educational governance. Educational governance, in other words the means by which educational organisations are formally organised and managed, is situated within organisational inter-relationships and involves the roles and functions of leadership and management within these organisations.
Educational governance enables and limits organisational structures, roles and relationships within and between the various key stakeholders.
When educational governance is conceptualised and practiced from a strengths-based orientation, opportunities are proactively sought that maximise the networking synergies and organisational review processes which advance the mission and vision of the educational organisation.
This topic aims to:
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