Education Management — Information Technology and School Autonomy

  • Israelit Rubinstein

Abstract

The educational system in Israel, like in some other societies is now in the midst of a decentralization process. An integral aspect of this process is to transform schools into autonomously managed units. Information technology is applied heavily to assist this development in a very similar way to processes in the economic sector.

Keywords

Public Policy Issues Social Issues Organizational Impacts. 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Israelit Rubinstein
    • 1
  1. 1.Ministry of Education, Culture and SportsIsrael

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