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Title: Improving the quality of schooling in Malta
Authors: Bezzina, Christopher
Keywords: Learning
Schools -- Malta
Teachers -- Malta
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited
Citation: Bezzina, C. (1991). Improving the quality of schooling in Malta. International Journal of Educational Management, 5(4), 14-18.
Abstract: This article focuses on school-based development. It evolves the theme that schools can best be improved by exploring the dynamics of schooling, and by building on the uniqueness and diversity of teachers as professionals. School improvement is a generic term referring to those development efforts that focus on the school as the major unit of change in the educational system. As such, school improvement encompasses quite a number of topics including the professional development of teachers, the implementation of innovations, appraising teachers, and self-evaluation.
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