This paper traces the early history of Catholic school governance and reviews the status of those models most commonly applied to diocesan and local board levels. The author then explores emerging governance models, explaining their salient features and discussing the advantages and concerns associated with their implementation.
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Sheehan, L. (1997). Emerging Governance Models for Catholic Schools. Journal of Catholic Education, 1 (2). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol1/iss2/3