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Three Models of Local Educational Governance Compared:
|Other Titles:||Experiences from the U.S. and Taiwan|
The design of the structure of local educational governance is never neutral and carries significant implications for the development of education. Three models of local educational governance were synthesized based on the evolution of local educational governance in Taiwan and the U.S. via document and literature analysis. The three models of local educational governance proposed include professional/bureaucratic model, the democratic model, and the political model. Characteristics of the three models were synthesized. Pros and cons of the three models were also compared. In the conclusion, suggestions for Taiwan’s local structure of educational governance and the further research were discussed.
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