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Identifier 000448155
Title Ο προϊστάμενος ως ηγέτης σε ολιγοθέσιο δημοτικό σχολείο / Πατητάρας, Αντώνιος.
Alternative Title Small rural school leaders
Author Πατητάρας, Αντώνιος
Thesis advisor Αργυροπούλου Ελευθερία
Abstract This qualitative study presents empirical research conducted in small rural schools in eight prefectures [in Greece] during school year 2020-2021. The purpose of the study is to examine principals as leaders of small schools and their relation with the local rural community. The research questions revolve around the principal’s relation with the teaching staff, the students, their parents and various stakeholders of the local community. Semi-structured reviews were used to explore principals’ perceptions and attitudes in regard to leading small rural schools. The results of the Content Analysis of data indicated the significance of small schools in remote rural communities, the particularities in their function and the importance of the principal’s role. Leading qualities are required and need to be taught before resuming the principal’s post, as the specific context of the rural communities often demands the capability of immediate decision taking. Moreover, the centralized authorities [Ministry of Education] should provide specific support to these schools and their principals to meet decentralized challenges
Language Greek
Subject Multi-grade primary schools
Principal
School leaders
Their relationships with
Ηγέτης, σχέσεις προϊσταμένου
Ολιγοθέσια σχολεία
Προϊστάμενος
Σχέσεις προϊσταμένου
Issue date 2022-02-25
Collection   School/Department--School of Education--Department of Preschool education--Post-graduate theses
  Type of Work--Post-graduate theses
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