Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Other Titles:||The School Rulemaking in Elementary and Junior High Schools in Taiwan|
Office of Research and Development
To improve the quality of legislation in school is one of the important strategies for educational reform. It is necessary to study the related issues, practical conditions, and school administrators' opinions about school rulemaking in elementary and junior high schools. Firstly, we reviewed the literature to study some important issues, which include the terminology of school law, classification of law, and procedure of rulemaking, and tried to propose several valuable ideas. Secondly, we used self-made questionnaires to explore the practical conditions in five topics about school rulemaking, school administrators' opinions, and the relations between school rulemaking and school background variables. The assessable samples were 124 elementary and junior high schools. The result showed that most schools used few tactics, most school administrators argued to need more school laws about organization and affair, most schools used few terminology of law. In sum, we proposed several noticeable phenomena that it had no uniform terminology about school law, it had incomplete procedure about school rulemaking, few schools had less understanding and attention upon school rulemaking, school background variables were relative to school rulemaking. Finally, we proposed some suggestions to elementary and junior high schools, administrative agencies, teacher education organizations, and researchers.
|Appears in Collections:||師大學報|
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.