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Adaptation of Organizational and Management Model of the School in Crisis (Covid-19)

Student: Konstantin Anchikov

Supervisor: Sergei Izmailovich Zair-Bek

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Evidence-based Educational Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This paper develops the hypothesis that the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has created opportunities for positive changes in the organizational and management model of the school. The hypothesis is proved on the basis of identifying cases demonstrating that in the process of adaptation, positive changes are possible, and the functioning of the system's elements can become more efficient. In the process of analysis, certain characteristics of management strategies associated with positive changes in the organizational and management model of the school are established. Cases are identified based on an analysis of the empirical base of the study, consisting of expert interviews collected in two stages in the spring and fall of 2020. The analysis is based on the grounded theory methodology.

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