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Effective Management Strategies for Schools in Residential Areas of Moscow

Student: Valery Pazynin

Supervisor: Anatoly G. Kasprzhak

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Education Administration (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This study attempts to identify the differences in attitudes, decisions and strategies of the leadership of large urban schools, depending on the social context and on the effectiveness of the school. The research was done on the material of a continuous sample of educational complexes of Moscow located in residential areas of the city. To identify the effectiveness of management actions, the calculation of the dynamics of educational results of schools for the period from 2015 to 2019 was used. It was found that more and less effective schools are distinguished, firstly, by the very presence of a clear strategy, and secondly, by a number of attitudes that influence decision-making. The most effective schools are more student-centered and try to provide them with maximum opportunities, including opportunities for individualization and choice of educational paths. The most effective schools more dynamically changed the content and conditions for the implementation of educational programs during the study period.

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