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|Additional Physical Format:||Printed edition:|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Foreword; Preface; Contents; List of Figures; Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; References; 2 CE and School Leadership: Theoretical Perspectives; Concepts of Citizenship and CE; Citizenship and the Nation-State; CE and the Nation-State; Theories of School Leadership; School Leadership: Three Major Approaches; School Leadership: Its Micro- and Macro-politics; Curriculum Leadership as an Integral Part of School Leadership; Debates on School Leadership in China; Dual-Line Leadership in Chinese Schools; Politics and Chinese School Leadership; Curriculum Leadership in Chinese Schools Theoretical Issues of CE in ChinaThe Nature and Purposes of Chinese CE; Tension Between CE and Academic Instruction; Who Should Lead CE in School?; Theoretical Framework Proposed by This Book; Summary; References; 3 Social Change, School Leadership, and CE in China: A Historical Review; The CPC as the Most Powerful Macro-political Actor in China; Integrating Politics with State Governance; Directing and Regulating Economic Development; Stressing Political Construction; The Integration of Politics and Education in China The CPC as Manipulator of Education's Oscillating Political and Economic TasksThe CPC as the Principal Definer of CE; The CPC as the Macro Designer of School Leadership; Summary; References; 4 A General Picture of School Leadership and CE in Shanghai; Social and Educational Context of Shanghai; CE in Shanghai; Institutionalization of Shanghai CE; Politics-Oriented CE Programs in Shanghai; CE Approaches Adopted from National Policies and Added New Ones to Suit for Local Policies; School Leadership System in Shanghai; Shanghai's Initiative of Reforming School Leadership System Shanghai Principals' and SPSs' Dual QualificationsShanghai Principals' and SPSs' Dual and Intertwined Responsibilities; Summary; References; 5 School Leaders' Perceptions and Responses to the CPC-Led State's Policies and Requirements: Four Major Scenarios; Scenario I: Active Acceptance; Principals' Active Acceptance of CE Policies and Regulations; SPSs' Active Acceptance of CE Policies and Regulations; Comparison of Principals' and SPSs' Active Acceptance; Scenario II: Passive Acceptance; Principals' Passive Acceptance of Policies and Requirements SPSs' Passive Acceptance of Policies and RegulationsComparison of Principals' and SPSs' Passive Acceptance; Scenario III: Supportive Modification; Principals' Supportive Modification of CE Policies and Requirements; SPSs' Supportive Modification of CE Policies and Requirements; Comparison of Principals' and SPSs' Supportive Modification; Scenario IV: Unsupportive Modification; Principals' Unsupportive Modification of CE Policies and Requirements; SPSs' Unsupportive Modification of CE Policies and Requirements; Comparison of Principals' and SPSs' Unsupportive Modification; Summary; Reference|
|Series Title:||Governance and citizenship in Asia.|
- Citizenship -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- China -- Shanghai.
- Educational leadership -- China -- Shanghai.
- School management and organization -- China -- Shanghai.
- EDUCATION / Organizations & Institutions
- EDUCATION / Leadership
- Educational Policy and Politics.
- Citizenship -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
- Educational leadership.
- School management and organization.
- China -- Shanghai.