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Title: Tomorrow's schools : developing effective learning cultures
Authors: Wain, Kenneth
Attard, Paul
Bezzina, Christopher
Darmanin, Mary
Farrugia, Charles
Psaila, Antoinette
Sammut, Joseph
Sultana, Robert G.
Zammit, Lawrence
Camilleri, Raymond
Keywords: Education -- Malta
Education and state -- Malta
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Ministry of Education and Human Resources
Citation: Wain, K., Attard, P., Bezzina, C., Darmanin, M., Farrugia, C., Psaila, A., Sammut, J., Sultana, R. G., Zammit, L., & Camilleri, R. (1995).Tomorrow’s schools : developing effective learning cultures. Floriana, Ministry of Education and Human Resources.
Abstract: Conscious of the need for reform, and considering also the declared policy objective of decentralising the school system in line with ongoing developments in the field of local Government, bearing in mind the already identified need for the strengthening of the Organisational Structures within the Ministry and Division of Education, the broad terms of reference for the Advisory Group are as Follows: To review and evaluate the educational policies currently being followed in primary and secondary levels of education in Malta. To identify and prioritise those educational issues which most need to be addressed. To recommend what remedial action should be taken in those areas identified as deserving priority attention. To point the direction which further developments and reform of the Education system should aim at during the next decade. To recommend what type of structures would be needed to oversee and monitor agreed planned programmes of development and reform.
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