Teacher Involvement in School Decision Making

Yao Jung Lin


Owing to the global trend of educational reforms, teachers’ new empowered roles in school had been discussed and advocated. As a review paper, the issues of decentralization will be raised at the outset as the theoretical perspectives for teacher empowerment, and subsequently teacher empowerment, benefits of teacher involvement, and barriers to decision making would be explored in this paper hence. This reviews of teachers’ significant parts in school decision making intended to sustain the research on diverse participation in school administration.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v4i3.6179


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