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2014- Best practices for school leaders: Implementation of a profesional competence model for school management in Chile

Autores:

Francisca Gómez& Jose Luis Yague

Título: Best practices for school leaders: Implementation of a profesional competence model for school management in Chile
Congreso: 18th International Congress on Project Management and Engineering
Fecha: Julio de 2014
Lugar : Alcañiz (España)
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RESUMEN

From a competence model for school leaders, based on IPMA guidelines, the present article presents an analysis of best practices for school management, allowing to generate a link between competencies and school management, from the perspective of project management. Results showed that the different competence elements, have relative weights according to the different practice fields, and that this analysis can be considered as a strategic element in educational project planning and development.This is how, there has been an evolution of school principals¿ professional profile from an administrative to a management approach, in which principals have become project managers of educational projects.In Chile, during the last three decades there has been a strong decentralization process whose main objective has been to improve the management of schools through the transfer of responsibilities and resources of education and thus improve the outcome of learning, reducing equity gaps between schools and territories.

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