The secondary school headship: Perceptions, conceptions, performance and reactions of headteachers in Barbados

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1993
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This article reports on a 1984 study of seven head teachers in Barbados, which revealed that they saw their role of creating good interpersonal relationships as very important. They experienced feelings of powerlessness and ambiguity, resulting from being controlled by centralized policies and rules. These policies caused some frustration but little alienation or despair
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DOI: 10.1108/09578239310041864

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