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Politics in education

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Politics in education

As an scientific theories of management to develop deeper understandings regarding the function of organizations.

Researchers have drawn a distinction between two types of politics in


  • Ball, S (1987). The micro-politics of the school: Towards a theory of school organization. New York: Methuen.  
  • Iannaccone, L. (August 1991). "Micropolitics of education: What and why". Education and Urban Society 23 (4): 465–471. 
  • Hoyle, E. (1986). The politics of school management. London: Hodder and Stoughton.  

Further reading

  1. ^ Scribner, J. D.; Aleman, E.; Maxcy, B. (February 1, 2003). "Emergence of the Politics of Education Field: Making Sense of the Messy Center". Educational Administration Quarterly 39 (1): 10–40.  
  2. ^ Blasé, J.; Blase, J. (February 1, 2002). "The Micropolitics of Instructional Supervision: A Call for Research". Educational Administration Quarterly 38 (1): 6–44.  

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There exist significant difference between "Politics of Education" and "Politics in Education". More debates on the preavailing differences are solicited from academia of the world to define politics educationally.

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