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This study focuses on educational restructuring in Catholic schools. In particular, it is a case study of an episode of educational restructuring that occurred at St John's College, Woodlawn during the years 1994 to 2000. From being a small boarding-only boys' school in 1994, the college became a co-educational day school within the short period of six years. At the beginning of 2001, St John's College became a systemic school, fully integrated into the diocese of Lismore, New South Wales.
This research study assumed that educational restructuring is a complex and unpredictable exercise. Moreover, this study recognised that those leading the episode of educational restructuring at St John's College lacked a clear theoretical foundation for their work. Consequently, the purpose of this study was framed in terms of gaining a more informed and sophisticated understanding of educational restructuring in Catholic schools such as St John's College...
School of Educational Leadership
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Faculty of Education
Chapman, R. F. (2011). Educational restructuring in Catholic schools: a case study of St John's College, Woodlawn: towards a personalist account (Doctoral thesis, Australian Catholic University). Retrieved from http://researchbank.acu.edu.au/theses/382