By J. Yamin-Ali
Yamin-Ali indicates how colleges can adopt liable decision-making via accumulating and comparing facts, utilizing as examples six absolutely constructed case reviews that make clear universal questions of college tradition and scholar lifestyles, together with scholar tension, topic choice, and the function of single-sex sessions.
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15, it’s about how to behave in an appropriate manner. In our time we never had a handbook . . we fell into a behaviour . . I don’t remember anyone telling us about these things . . we knew . . we saw other students doing it . . ” A long-standing retired principal who contributed significantly to the growth of the school from the early years said that if the concept of “culture” is seen as “a veneer . . ” Some respondents offered multiple reasons. “All-rounded education” included comments about the school’s inclusion of extra-curricular activities in its offerings.
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It has over 60 years of a tradition that embraces conservative values and practices. It has maintained high achievement over the decades, and has consistently promoted and facilitated holistic development through a wide variety of extra and co-curricular activities. Data collection was initiated when the researcher was seeking to initiate a culture of data-driven decision-making at the school. She initially interviewed a combination of five teachers from the school to ascertain any major area of concern they had with regard to any aspect of school life in their context.