DOCUMENT RESUME ED 226 453 EA 015 404 TITLE Managing the Schools of the Future--Focus on Prinaipals. Proceedings of the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration Regional Conference (4th, Nicosia,Cyprus, January 1980). INSTITUTION Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration, Armidale (Australia).; Cyprus Educational Administration Society, Nicosia. PUB DATE 80 NOWE 314 ; Some pages may reproduce poorly due to small print of original document. PUB TYPE Books (010) -- Collected Works - Conference Proceedings (021) -- Viewpoints (120) EDRS PRICE MF01/PC13 Plus Postage. DESCRIPTORS *Administrator Role; Change Strategies; Computers; Curriculum Development; Deafness; *Educational Administration; Educational Assessment; Educational , Change; Educatiohal History; Educational Research; Elementary Secondary Education; Evaluation Methods; Foreign Countries; Formative Evaluation; *Futures (of Society); *Leadership; Measures (Individuals); National Programs; *Principals; Professional Development; Research Methodology; Self Evaluation (Groups); Technological Advancement IDENTIFIERS Commonwealth.Council for Educ Administration; *Cyprus; India; Nigeria; Third World ABSTRACT The Fourth Regional Conference of the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration, held in Nicosia, Cyprus, January 1980, focused on the po"Ssible impact of foreseeable changes in educaiton on the school administrator'S role. The 16 papers presented (published in this volume) addressed the development of Cyprus's dual educational system; the history and character of Nigeria's educational system; models of change, barriers to change, change strategies, and the principal''s role in change; currently needed administrative competencies; the likely nature of the principalship in the year 2000; the monitoring of school performance in the future, with particular reference to the Eastern Caribbean; the characteristics of the principalship in India; the impact of computers on educational administration; the rehabilitation of the deaf in Cyprus; educational management theory and the requiremenikS of educational management programs for principals; factors in the . development of a scale for measuring principals' leadership styles and their effects; the concept of managerial discretion in the context of school system rules structures; leadership qualities needed in administrators and education officials as perceived by teachers in Cyprus; curriculum planning for primary eddcation in Cyprus; self evaluation strategies for schools; and professional development for teachers and administrators. (PGD)
U.S. DEIIANTNIENTOF EDUCATION NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION . EOUCATiONAL RE$OURCES INFORMATION CENTER t ERIC) Ths iloroment has been reproduced as rto',00101 trom the tmeuai or organization originating it Minor changes have been wade to iniprowt reproduction quality Cr% Points of slew or opinions stated in this docu ment do trot necessarily represent official NIE 1-1 position or policy 1' ol "PERMISSION TO REPRODUCE THIS MATERIAL HAS BEEN GB:ANTED BY a..44,64/ TO THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER (ERIC)." FOURTH CCEA REGIONAL CONFERENCE MANAGING THE SCHOOLS OF THE FUTURE -FOCUS ON PRINCIPALS CYPRUS 4
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