Managers’ Perceptions on the 18th National Education Council in TurkeyJournal: NETSOL: New Trends in Social and Liberal Sciences (Vol.1, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2016-10-01
Authors : İlhan Günbayı; Tayfun Yörük; Asiye Tokel; Serdar Özçetin;
Page : 55-68
Keywords : 18th National Education Council; Managers' Perceptions; Turkey;
Convened between November 1 and 5, 2010, the National Education Council of Turkey assembled with an agenda to set the “2023 education visions of Turkey”, making sure that the Turkish education system was robust on the centennial of the Turkish republic. The aim of this study is to understand how the 18th National Education Council was managed, its contents, the decisions taken in the Council and their applicability, the problems and their solutions based on the views of managers and vice-managers in Provincial and District National Education Directorates. The findings of this research are thought to address important implications for a higher quality in decisions taken in national education Councils and their applicability in Turkey and it is hoped to enlighten politicians and top managers with the existing problems and coping strategies through their own perceptions and assessments.
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