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Title: Leading change amid unrest
Authors: Bezzina, Christopher
Calleja, James
Keywords: Teachers -- Psychology -- Malta
Educational leadership
Issue Date: 2017-03-05
Publisher: Allied Newspapers
Citation: Bezzina, C., & Calleja, J. (2017, March 5). Leading change amid unrest. Times of Malta.
Abstract: In a context of having to face ongoing changes to address the failures of Malta’s educational system, those in the teaching profession feel disillusioned, are less motivated and more and more sceptical about the real intents behind changes and reform proposals. Those leading Malta’s education sector seek to continue with their attempts to ‘fix’ the system; while those ‘expected’ to implement the changes are striving to cope because their practice-based challenges are not being addressed. Practitioners passionate about education have to look at ways and means of maintaining a positive outlook towards school improvement. For there is no doubt that the existing climate of unrest unsettles even the most hardy, challenging their values, beliefs, practices, their reason for being.
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