Political Dimensions of Educational Administration
by Russell T. Gregg - 1965
In spite of the well known facts that public schools are an important part of government, that they are financed by public funds, and that boards of education and school administrators are frequently caught between conflicting pressures and demands, the generally prevailing attitude has been that politics has no relationship to the schools. During the past decade, however, there has been particular stress on socio-psychological aspects of administration, such as informal organization, decision-making, communication, and conflict.
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