References

Does Management Really Work?

NOV 2012

After studying headmasters in India and abroad, Stanford University Professor Nick Bloom and his colleagues write, in a recent article for the Harvard Business Review, that a one point increase on their scoring of school management practices is associated with a ten percent increase in student performance.

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The School Principal as Leader: Guiding Schools to Better Teaching and Learning

JAN 2013

A study by New Leaders shows that the effectiveness of the school principal - just one person - accounts for twenty-five percent of the impact that schools have on student learning.

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Principals Matter: School Leaders Can Drive Student Learning

FEB 2012

A study by educationist Eric Hanusek shows that highly effective principals raise the achievement of a typical student in their schools by between two and seven months of learning in a single school ; ineffective principals lower achievement by the same

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School leadership, trends in policies and practices, and improvement in the quality of education

SEP 2015

UNESCO Background paper prepared for the Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2015,"" School leadership, trends in policies and practices, and improvement in the quality of education".

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