Continuous school improvement encompasses change, and as we all know change is a complex process. The cause and outcome of change is dependent on many different actors and forces that are pushing this agenda of change at the same time, but in different direction at times. The various actors of institutional change like within the schools system in this case, should understand how changes in their actions can impede change or result to a sustainable long term changes. A theoretical understanding of the change process is indeed important since it enables the school system and other key players within the learning sector to understand how their relationships and their work are contributing to the complex yet long term change process (Fullan, 1993).
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