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A Case Study of Principals' Decision-Making Factors for Public Vocational High Schools Implimenting Self - Evaluation in Taiwan
CHANG TSUNG HSIEN
The purpose of this study was to explore the principal’s decision-making factor in self-evaluation at public（National and Taipei city）high vocational schools. Utilizing the qualitative method to analyze five assigned principals with school self-evaluation experience, the principal’s decision-making factors were formed from diffusive materials to convergent focuses. Five vocational school principals were interviewed according to a semi-formed questionnaire created by researcher’s documental analysis results. The conclusions were followed. On the process of school self-evaluation, first of all, the roles the public senior high vocational principal play are active leader; policy-making impetus; plans executive; integrated communicator; and inspective promoter. Second, the focuses the public senior high vocational principal care are determining community characteristic to locate the school developmental goal; paying attention to the constructs and indicators of self-evaluation; emphasizing both higher education and career; promoting teaching efficiency and quality; ruling policy and stipulation; and linking up between personnel and organization. Third, the strategies the public senior high vocational principal process are confirming question to find solutions; continuously communicating and coordinating; executing designate solutions; and self-criticism improving and tracing. Finally, the decision-making factors the public senior high vocational principal hold rely on external environment including society anticipations, resources applications, educational policy and stipulation , and community characteristic and the expectation; and internal environment including the role principal play, the organizational operation, the resources combination, the developmental strategy, and the administration. Additionally, there were some recommendations to education administrators; high vocational schools and further studies in this study.
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