Education is professed as the most significant tool for social transformation and as such educational leadership needs to be a positive force in transforming societies in a rapidly changing world. It further unraveled how educational leadership impacts on social transformation. Educational leadership was discussed in the light of roles and responsibilities, leadership and values, leadership as influence, leadership and vision towards social transformation. It has been noted that to complete these tasks, it is essential for a leader to work and communicate with other stakeholders, including staff, industrial personnel, students and families of the students. University performance benefits from a collaborative approach to leadership, which includes sharing contemporary issues, failures, and concerns.
Education is the best method to tackle inequalities and a myriad of issues in society. By increasing the intellectual tone of society at the fundamental level, the 'public mind would be enriched with new perspectives, ideas, and principles’ (Newman 55). Adrienne Rich points out that the past is needed to understand the present, and if the past has only been taught from a majority narrative, the voices of women, minorities, and disadvantaged groups are lost and thus cannot but understood in the current society. This better sense of understand helps formulate awareness to call out tokenism and other injustices in society. As education spreads awareness, awareness defenses justice.
This is basic to every programme of social and economic betterment of which India stands in need. The functions of education in the sphere of social change are outlined as under : Assistance in changing attitudes: Education drives the people to embrace those attitudes which are in tune with the modern ways of life along with making them foster attitudes which can fight traditional beliefs, superstitions and prejudices,. It can bring about a change in attitudes of people in favour of small family towards rising above orthodox values and socio-cultural barriers of caste and class and towards religion and secularism. Education interacts with the process of social development which is another name of social change. It can thrust upon the people an outlook which will really enable them to shed their orthodox values, socio-cultural obstacles of Caste and class and parochial notions related to religion and secularism.
Education in today’s world has enabled us to broaden our knowledge as well as open doors for many opportunities which lead to the path of having a successful future. There is a lesson which is learned and another taken away from the three readings from different authors. Each of the authors has contributed their opinion on general education which is public, as seen from the passages. Hence, this topic is seen to be an argumentative one because it depends on the education quality which people receive. Furthermore, in our societies’ workforce, education is the single most important factor for individuals to realize their own goals.
The program known as early intervention program on the strength of families, parent educational service are much more important to prevent teenager involvement in juvenile delinquency. In this program the adult are given practical and social support to guide the family in a better way which can help adults to better position to become effective parents. It also educate the adult to involve themselves in their child educations. This kind of theories obviously would help in improving family
Introduction: Conflict prevention is dependent on human decision-making and through creative educational planning, constructive alternatives are available. Educational planners have the responsibility to put in place the infrastructure for tomorrow’s decision-makers, the students; and to encourage decision-makers of today to create solutions. As current conflict are primarily intra-state, visionary education can successfully help local communities and nations to resolve root causes before inter-group disagreements erupt. Prevention through educational planning contributes to sustainable economic development and is an element of wise political decision-making. Conflict prevention is not only morally sound, it is cost effective.
Main body School leadership has become precedence in education policy programs internationally. It plays a key role in improving school outcomes by manipulating the inspirations and abilities of teachers, as well as the school environment and climate. Effective school leadership is essential to develop the effectiveness and fairness of schooling. As countries are looking for to adapt their education systems to the necessities of modern society, expectations for schools and school leaders are changing. Many countries have enthused towards decentralisation, making schools more independent in their judgment making and holding them more accountable for results.
1. INTRODUCTION The goal of education is to build children as capable, useful, productive and responsible members of the society by providing adequate learning experiences and opportunities to children to gain knowledge, to acquire skill and competence; to refine the attitude and to nurture all sorts of creativity in the children. India has been making experiments in the field of education since it got freedom in 1947 to draw the best out of its classrooms. After a very long debate and discussion a sea change was targeted in the assessment in school education and Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) was introduced in 2010. It was urged and hoped that it would shift the focus of education from need of learning to love for learning; (NCERT, 2000) it would reduce anxiety and stress of the learners; it would assess the learners holistically and it would enhance the level of learning performance due to timely diagnosis and appropriate remedial intervention.
The main agenda of the school is to give good, if not the best education to its students. Education is the primary instrument of transformation towards sustainable development, which increases people’s capacity to transform their vision into reality. Laurie, et.al (2016) pointed out that education for sustainable development helps prepare students for a sustainable future by ensuring that they are environmentally responsible, globally aware, economically astute, socially responsible, and technologically proficient citizens who are capable of coping with the emerging challenges and opportunities we are facing