2 edition of Participation, accountability and decision-making atinstitutional level found in the catalog.
Participation, accountability and decision-making atinstitutional level
British Educational Administration Society. Annual Conference
|Statement||edited for the Society by Philippa Andrews and David Parkes.|
|Contributions||Andrews, Philippa., Parkes, David, 1937 Sept. 14-, British Educational Administration Society.|
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Alexander Campbell of Williamstown, Ontario, and his descendants
The Blewett iron-nickel deposit, Chelan County, Washington
Employment Discrimination Law of 1989 Case Supplement
The role and contribution of students to the governance of university departments is a relatively neglected area of inquiry. This study investigated the factors which student representatives. These consequences differ between each level of involvement, and it has a different impact in the outcomes of Quality Assurance processes as a whole but in external quality assurance, especially.
WORK in PROGRESS – Please do not quote without permissionInput and Output legitimacy in Governance RegimesRachel Laforest (Queen's University) and Susan Phillips (Carleton University)Introduction The changing nature of state-society interactions has become an important componentof the study of ‘governance,’ by which we mean the “new theories and practices of .