Privatized School Governance Influenced by New Managerialism: Examples of US and UK
Educational instituts have diversified into different qualities since the implementation of Three-Type Acts of Experimental Education. Amongst those institutions, some invited the private sector into management to cope with the incapability of the government caring for all aspects of students, which results in the establishment of privatized schools in Taiwan. The research is based on new managerialism, looking into how privatized schools increase administrative capability in schools and the achievement of the students by applying market competition and conducting flat organization and principal-agent theory. By analyzing the management model of privatized schools in the United States and the United Kingdom (Charter school, Free School, Multi-Academy Trust, and Studio school), the authors sorted out the context of privatized schools, which concluded into three suggestions to the recent current of school privatization in Taiwan.
|關鍵詞||公辦民營學校、新管理主義、實驗教育、privatized schools、new managerialism、experimental education|