School Accountability and Organisational Learning
Considers the accountability framework using four processes.
International Journal of Learning, Volume 8.
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Dr David Gurr is a lecturer in Educational Administration at the University of Melbourne. He has current research interests in school leadership, school accountability, and the application of management information systems to schools and school systems. He has completed major research on school leadership, school charters, and principal perceptions of the Schools of the Future reform. Part of David’s current work involves the coordination of a team of verifiers involved in the Victorian school review process.
Prior to working at the University he worked as a research officer for the Department of Education, prior to this he held a range of teaching and administration positions in secondary schools including faculty and year level coordination. David has worked for three years as a student counsellor, has been registered as a Psychologist in the State of Victoria and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. He is a member of the committee of the Victorian branch of the Australian Council of Educational Administration and serves as the chair of the publications committee for ACEA nationally. He is the editor of the ACEA publications Hot Topics and Leading and Managing.
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