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Balancing freedom, autonomy and accountability in education

Charles Leslie Glenn

Balancing freedom, autonomy and accountability in education

by Charles Leslie Glenn

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Published by Wolf Legal Publishers in Nijmegen, The Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education and state -- Cross-cultural studies.,
  • Educational law and legislation -- Cross-cultural studies.,
  • Academic freedom -- Cross-cultural studies.,
  • School choice -- Cross-cultural studies.,
  • Comparative education.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementCharles L. Glenn, Jan de Groof.
    GenreCross-cultural studies.
    ContributionsGroof, Jan de.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19783344M
    ISBN 109058500993
    ISBN 109789058500991

    Balancing freedom, autonomy, and accountability in education volume 4 (Paperback). This volume is a continuation of volumes of Balancing Freedom. Lundy, L , Freedom, Autonomy and Accountability in Northern Ireland. in J De Groof & C Glen (eds), Finding the Right Balance: Freedom, Autonomy and Accountability in Education. Woolff Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, pp. pp

      The key lies in creating the right balance of Autonomy and Accountability. Freedom in the workplace is also defined by many organizations as Employee Empowerment. Employee Empowerment is defined theoretically by Newstrom and Davis () is any process that provides greater autonomy by sharing the relevant information as well as the factors.   Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education (), a substantially revised and expanded version in three volumes, covers 40 countries. A new four-volume edition will add more than a dozen countries, and up-date the others, for : Charles Glenn.

    Balancing autonomy and accountability. An essential counterweight to autonomy is strict accountability for results, and for the actions and behaviors that deliver those results. One of the real challenges lies in balancing autonomy and accountability. Autonomy, or freedom of choice and voice, is a basic psychological need and a key to developing internal motivation. But autonomy is often misunderstood as simply freedom. If we offer only freedom.


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Balancing freedom, autonomy and accountability in education by Charles Leslie Glenn Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this volume, the contributors are convinced that wise design and implementation can produce a successful balance among freedom, autonomy, and accountability, and that considering the approaches adopted by different educational systems can contribute both to Format: Paperback.

Edited by Charles L. Glenn and Jan De Groof, Balancing Freedom, Autonomy and Accountability in Education (completed and updated in ), is comprised of a 4-volume compilation of 88 chapters written by a group of international : Daniel H.

Jarvis. The authors are convinced that wise design and implementation can produce a successful balance among freedom, autonomy, and accountability, and that considering the approaches adopted by different educational systems can contribute both to design and to implementation.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical. Edited by Charles L.

Glenn and Jan De Groof, Balancing Freedom, Autonomy and Accountability in Education (completed and updated in ), is comprised of a 4-volume compilation of 88 chapters Author: Daniel Jarvis. Education in Jordan, Chapter in Book titled 'Balancing Freedom, Autonomy Accountability in Education' Edited by Charles /Glenn and Jan De Groove, Wolf Legal Publishers, Author: Mahasen Mohammad Aljaghoub.

This book is the first of a two volume study which presents the first systematic account of how different systems throughout the world have sought to meet this challenge. Finding the Right Balance, Volume I will be of great interest to policymakers Author: Charles Glenn. one for the other.

There is a need of balancing autonomy and accountability. Government retains a strong interest in higher education to promote national objectives of ensuring equality of opportunity and equity in access. The government should frame policy which may help in. This volume is a continuation of volumes of Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education, published by Wolf Legal Publishers in Educational freedom is important because parents have a fundamental right, recognized in national and international law, to guide the development of their own children and therefore to choose a school in which they have full confidence.

You want to give people the optimal amount of freedom to drive productive behavior and business results. And this balance is a challenge for businesses today. Embracing Autonomy, Maintaining Accountability.

Here are some ways to find balance – driving business forward with clear direction and the freedom needed within it to fuel innovation. Get this from a library. Finding the right balance: freedom, autonomy and accountability in education.

[Charles Leslie Glenn; Jan de Groof] -- Vol. 2 is an in-depth analysis of the legal and policy aspects of freedom, accountability and competition in education. It includes a discussion of the legal and policy implications of freedom.

Balancing Autonomy and Accountability Share Page. Book Table of Contents Demonstrates how the Autonomy and Accountability module of the Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER–School Autonomy and Accountability) documents and analyzes school-based management policies within the education system in Shanghai.

In the earlier edition of Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education, Charles Glenn and Jan de Groof wrote that the right of parents to HOMESCHOOLING by Michael P. Donnelly. Get this from a library. Finding the right balance: freedom, autonomy and accountability in education.

[Charles Leslie Glenn; Jan de Groof]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

In short, it seeks nothing less than a fundamental rethinking of Education Reform worldwide with the purpose of how governmental actors, courts, and private actors should interpret and approach the development and judicial review of statutes, regulations, and policies that will protect and balance freedom, autonomy and accountability in education internationally.

Get this from a library. Balancing freedom, autonomy and accountability in education. [Charles Leslie Glenn; Jan de Groof; Cara Stillings Candal;] -- Volume 4 is being issued before the revised volumes because it includes 16 countries not in the edition together with an updated profile of russia.

volume 4 also includes an importamnt essay. Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education, Vol. published by Wolf Legal Publishers, is a collection discussing various national education systems and how they balance among freedom of parents to choose schools, autonomy of educators, and public accountability.

Professor Charles Glenn recently served as co-editor for the collection, alongside Jan De Groof. The autonomy is accompanied by the introduction of accountability by setting standards, assessing academic achievement in core subjects (reading, writing, mathematics and science) and the Author: Genc Alimehmeti.

For example, in June a Global Forum was held in Strasbourg on Academic Freedom, Institutional Autonomy, and the Future of Democracy (co-organised by the Council of Europe, the International Consortium for Higher Education, Civic Responsibility and Democracy, the Organization of American States, the International Association of Universities.

Conference – Balancing Freedom, Autonomy and Accountability in Education CELP in cooperation with faculty from the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky, U.S.A extends an invitation to international and national delegates to participate in this International Conference that also incorporates the International Symposium on.Freedom, autonomy and accountability are commonly regarded as very important, but policy-makers do not always pay sufficient attention to the tensions among them.

Thus freedom or school autonomy may be sacrificed to accountability, or accountability may be weakened in an effort to provide a wider range of choices for parents, or to give more decision-making authority to individual schools.countries except in the United States. This book deals with the constitutional provisions from 28 sovereign countries that have included the right to education in their constitutions.

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