By Nikša Alfirević, Josip Burušić, Jurica Pavičić, Renata Relja
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Competitiveness in this context implies that the formal educational system should create efficient and effective ways to drive individual capabilities, enabling the creation of future Nikola Teslas and Leonardo da Vincis who can thrive in such a system and change the world. At the same time, schools should ensure that they fulfill their social purpose and ensure that top talent is not lost in socially disadvantaged communities (Bauch, 2000). In such a context, it is advisable to equip schools’ top management teams with sophisticated business knowledge, ensuring high-quality leadership capable of creating value in the system.
School Effectiveness and Educational Management: Towards a South-Eastern Europe Research and Public Policy Agenda by Nikša Alfirević, Josip Burušić, Jurica Pavičić, Renata Relja