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date: 30 November 2020

School Culture and Educational Leadershiplocked

  • Paula kwanPaula kwanThe Chinese University of Hong Kong
  •  and Yi-Lee WongYi-Lee WongChinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education

Summary

Two commonly researched leadership practices in the education literature—instructional and transformational—can be linked to Schein’s multilevel model on organizational culture. There is a mediating effect of school leadership on the school structure and school culture relationships. The literature related to this subject confirms that the culture of a school, shaped by its principal, affects the competency and capacity of teachers; it also recognizes that school leadership practices affect student academic outcomes. Some studies, however, attempt to understand the impact a school principal can make on its student culture. If school culture is an avenue for understanding the behaviors and performance of school leaders and teachers, then student culture is a platform for understanding the affective and academic performance of students.

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