Catholic Schools by Barry Dwyer


ISBN
9780855742133
Published
Binding
Paperback
Pages
121
Dimensions
136 x 211mm

Creating a New Culture

There is an energy and a restlessness in contemporary education, and in Catholic schools in particular, that promises anything but a dull future. Against a background of the restructuring of Australian education, the reader is led into a consideration of such questions as: What makes a school Catholic? Should Catholic schools be driven by the economic imperative? Where do parents fit into it all?

This is a challenging book. It will be useful as a stimulus for parent/teacher discussion, staff development, or as a text or reference in formal courses. Many questions and case studies are scattered throughout to provoke thought and discussion.
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Creating a New Culture

There is an energy and a restlessness in contemporary education, and in Catholic schools in particular, that promises anything but a dull future. Against a background of the restructuring of Australian education, the reader is led into a consideration of such questions as: What makes a school Catholic? Should Catholic schools be driven by the economic imperative? Where do parents fit into it all?

This is a challenging book. It will be useful as a stimulus for parent/teacher discussion, staff development, or as a text or reference in formal courses. Many questions and case studies are scattered throughout to provoke thought and discussion.
ISBN:
9780855742133
Publication Date:
01 / 06 / 1993
Pages:
121
Dimensions:
136 x 211mm

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