Principals in Australian state support greater autonomy

11/3/2011 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

A two-year trial programme to give schools in New South Wales, Australia, more autonomy has unanimous support from the 47 principals involved. Most principals said the ability to control decisions about staffing and budgeting has improved teaching and helped cut costs. Officials are expected to announce an expansion of the programme next year, allowing greater school autonomy.

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