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PARTICIPATIVE MANAGEMENT: A MATRIX OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SCHOOL

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Author(s): Brito, Renato de Oliveira | Carnieli, Beatrice Laura

Journal: Revista Eletrônica de Educação
ISSN 1982-7199

Volume: 5;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 26;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: school management | participative management | school community

ABSTRACT
The modifications that were promoted by the globalization and by the transition from the industrial age to the knowledge age made the institutions migrate from a classical administration model to a modern business management concept which has the strategic search for partnership between the organizations and its stakeholders as one of the most important perspectives. The school is into the center of all the changes that happen in society, since it influences and is influenced by the society. Moreover, the school is also an organization, so it has its administrative process influenced by the new administration tendencies. In this way, the school management has tended to a democratic-participative model of conduction of the administrative-pedagogic process, which is understood as the most suitable to attend the necessities and challenges of thecurrent school. Into this context, this paper was elaborated from specialized bibliographic review and it analyzes how the participative management model forms a web interaction between the participants of the school community, which is composed by the diverse internal and external stakeholders, with positive results to the educational process.
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