The governing bodies of Lutheran secondary schools in Australia : an exploratory study

Kloeden, Allen D (1999). The governing bodies of Lutheran secondary schools in Australia : an exploratory study Master's Thesis, Education, University of Queensland.

       
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Author Kloeden, Allen D
Thesis Title The governing bodies of Lutheran secondary schools in Australia : an exploratory study
School, Centre or Institute Education
Institution University of Queensland
Publication date 1999
Thesis type Master's Thesis
Supervisor Mr Lloyd Logan
Subjects 330000 Education
Abstract/Summary The governing bodies of Lutheran secondary colleges and schools in Australia are comprised of a cross-section of community-minded people, who have accepted the invitation to serve as college council members. The council members bring a range of experiences and expertise to the task they have accepted. This paper profiles the membership of college councils. It reports, to a limited degree, the alignment or otherwise of the way councils operate against the expectation of the By-laws of the Lutheran Church of Australia in regard to the operation of college councils. The paper also explores the views of both council members and principals on some issues, and uncovers the degree of difference or similarity in these views. The research method used for the study is the survey technique. Questionnaires were sent to the principals, council members and council chairpersons of all the Lutheran secondary colleges in Australia, except one. The research reveals that there are a significant number of issues of organisation and behaviours of Councils on which there are quite differing views, both between Councils, between individual council members, and between councils and principals.
Keyword Lutheran church
Education
Australia
History
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