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Independent School Governance.

@inproceedings{Beavis1992IndependentSG,
  title={Independent School Governance.},
  author={Allan K. Beavis},
  year={1992}
}
Findings of a study that examined the role of the governing body in the independent school's self-renewing processes are presented in this paper. From the holistic paradigm, the school is viewed as a self-renewing system that is able to maintain its identity despite environmental changes through existing structures that define and create expectations. The school is a living system whose primary concern is to maintain its identity. The sample included five schools in the Sydney Anglican Diocese… 

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