Los días 23, 24 y 25 de mayo de 2012, en el Centro de Estudios Jurídicos y Formación Especializada (CEJFE) de Barcelona, tendrá lugar el II Congreso Internacional EDO 2012 "Gestión del conocimiento y desarrollo organizativo: formación y formación corporativa". Los objetivos que se persiguen con el II Congreso Internacional EDO son:
Founded in 1991, the International Center for Leadership in Education has a wealth of experience in assisting schools and districts in implementing organizational changes that translate into world-class curriculum, instruction, and assessment systems. International Center staff, keynote speakers, consultants, and trainers share their expertise in the management of change, achieving high standards, curriculum development and customized solutions for our clients.
System leadership is a new, exciting and growing phenomenon in education. It refers to leadership that goes beyond a single school, where leaders work directly for the success and welfare of students in other institutions as well as their own.
Join us in conceptualizing and organizing, promoting and running, enjoying and celebrating the first truly global workshop of change, development and learning specialists. We believe that all those working with systems, organizations and communities can and should make a difference. We believe that sharing and learning from each other on a global level/scale is the key to make things/change happen. We believe that our profession and our communities of practice have a role to play in "Making the World a Better Place for All of Us".
El Forum Europeo de Administradores de la Educación de España es una organización sin ánimo de lucro, constituida en la década de los años ochenta con el objetivo principal de "Promover la reflexión en materia de administración educativa". Los fines que, además de este objetivo genérico, recogen nuestros estatutos son
Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management
The CCEAM is an organisation dedicated to fostering cooperative and collaborative exchanges internationally amongst education leadership, administration and management professionals.
The CCEAM is affiliated to the CCfE (the Commonwealth Consortium for Education), which provides a forum through which the concerns of the CCEAM and its affiliated members can make representations and participate in Commonwealth activities.
British Educational Leadership, Management & Administration (BELMAS)
Founded more than 30 years ago, BELMAS seeks to advance the practice, teaching and study of educational management, administration and leadership in the United Kingdom, and to contribute to international developments in these areas.
Educational Management Administration and Leadership is a peer reviewed journal which publishes original contributions on education administration and management in the widest sense: on the management of schools of all types, and of further and higher education institutions; on administration and policy at all levels - institutional, local, national and international; and on the study and teaching of educational administration.
Red Iberoamericana de Investigación sobre Cambio y Eficacia Escolar
RINACE es una red profesional de investigadores e investigadoras educativos comprometidos por conseguir incrementar los niveles de calidad y equidad de los sistemas educativos de Iberoamérica.
Se crea con un triple objetivo: fomentar el desarrollo de investigaciones educativas; potenciar la utilización de la investigación para la toma de decisiones en el aula, la escuela y el sistema educativo; y formar a investigadores en educación.
School leaders in OECD countries are facing challenges with the rising expectations for schools and schooling in a century characterized by technological innovation, migration and globalization. As countries aim to transform their educational systems to prepare all young people with the knowledge and skills needed in this changing world, the roles and expectations for school leaders have changed radically. They are no longer expected to be merely good managers. Effective school leadership is increasingly viewed as key to large-scale education reform and to improved educational outcomes.