Sociological approaches to educational administration

Sociology has played a significant role in the scholarship of Educational Leadership, Management and Administration since its inception. This paper appears in the Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory (M.A. Peters, Ed.). Picking up on the work covered in a 2015 book chapter, this current paper covers the contribution of sociology to educational administration, key … Read moreSociological approaches to educational administration

From provider to regulator: the changing role of the state

Earlier this week Professor Richard Teese (University of Melbourne) wrote a piece for The Conversation entitled ‘The real agenda behind Gillard’s Gonski response‘. Central to his argument is that the Federal Government’s response to the Gonski Report highlights a shift in governance structures. In this post I want to engage in this intellectual space by … Read moreFrom provider to regulator: the changing role of the state