School Development Planning (SDP) is the new trend of educational management reform, which emphasizes the importance of school-based management, claims that problems of school should be resolved through cooperation between school and its community.
学校发展计划(School Development Planning,SDP)是近年来教育管理改革的新趋向,它强调学校与社区合作制定关于学校未来发展的计划,解决学校发展中面临的问题。
The view of scientific human education administration pay attention to achieving of organization goals and people's development, and regards people's development as the basic power and the highest goal which develop the organization.
It is expected that the importance of strengthening ideological political education administration in colleges and universities in the new century will be realized and it will provide assistance for the administration.
The quality of management by academic leaders should be fostered by the establishment of national centres for the study of higher education management and policy.
Statistical data: The underestimated tool for higher education management
The paper identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the existing data for higher education management with special reference to Makerere University.
These measures are used to describe the program offerings and changes in program offerings over time for schools in six institutional sectors and 17 National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS) institutional classifications.
Evaluation will be the key to effective and efficient implementation and use of information technology in education management.
Official involvement of parents in school education has been very limited until recently within the highly centralized educational administration and school management system in Korea.
But, the educational reform in 1995 has brought fundamental changes in educational administration and school management system of Korea.
The main approach of the reform is decentralization, which tries to turn over the power of the central government in educational administration and school management to the hands of regional education offices and site schools.
The study further reveals that educational administration, educational psychology and guidance and counselling were rated in descending order as the most interesting courses in education.
The paper outlines an approach to educational administration which addresses these difficulties.