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作者 Begley, Paul T
書名 Education, Ethics and the "cult of efficiency" : Implications for values and leadership
出版項 Bradford : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2004
©2004
國際標準書號 9781845447427 (electronic bk.)
9780861769476
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (163 pages)
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附註 Intro -- CONTENTS -- EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD -- Abstracts and keywords -- Introduction -- The infusion of corporate values into progressive education -- Are education and efficiency antithetical? -- Moral leadership in schools -- Best interests of the student: an ethical model -- The ethic of community -- Re-examining race-based admissions processes of American institutions of higher education using multi-dimensional ethical perspectives -- Best interests of students left behind? -- Advocacy and administration: from conflict to collaboration
In 1962, historian Raymond E. Callahan argued that American educators had allowed themselves to become overly enchanted by Taylorite notions of scientific management and had adopted the techniques of the business-industrial world, to the detriment of the nation's students. Callahan's Education and the Cult of Efficiency not only offered a new and bold interpretation of the history of education in the twentieth century, but it also coined a phrase that continues to represent the constant struggle faced by educators as they seek to balance high-quality instructional practices with external calls for accountability that often come from corporate and public leaders. This special issue of the Journal of Educational Administration (JEA) presents a set of articles which explore the theme of "Education, Ethics, and the Cult of Efficiency." The articles that make up this issue began as papers delivered at the 8th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference held at Pennsylvania State University in October 2003. The essence of our message in this: The traditional parameters of managerialism and efficiency focused responses to administrative situations must now be augmented with more creative, sophisticated and morally defensible approaches to leadership
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Begley, Paul T. Education, Ethics and the "cult of efficiency" : Implications for values and leadership Bradford : Emerald Publishing Limited,c2004 9780861769476
主題 Ethics.;Moral education
Electronic books
Alt Author Stefkovich, Jaqueline A
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