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Den konfessionella grundskolan - En inriktning för guds skull?

Svensson, Elin LU (2009) STVK01 20092
Department of Political Science
Abstract
Among ten percent of today's independent schools in Sweden have a denominational emphasis. This approach has caused great debate in media. To get an understanding of the media debate the ambition of this essay is to find out what rules denominational schools are governed by, and also which discretion this schools have. To find answers to these questions I will use a kind of idea centered analytical method. By using this method I have realized what the education act and the curriculum say about fundamental values and tasks of the school, in relation to the denominational emphasis. I have also interviewed Björn Persson, who is director of Swedish Schools Inspectorate´s south region. The empirical fact is connected to Lennart Lundquist’s... (More)
Among ten percent of today's independent schools in Sweden have a denominational emphasis. This approach has caused great debate in media. To get an understanding of the media debate the ambition of this essay is to find out what rules denominational schools are governed by, and also which discretion this schools have. To find answers to these questions I will use a kind of idea centered analytical method. By using this method I have realized what the education act and the curriculum say about fundamental values and tasks of the school, in relation to the denominational emphasis. I have also interviewed Björn Persson, who is director of Swedish Schools Inspectorate´s south region. The empirical fact is connected to Lennart Lundquist’s theory of public administration, where implementation and inspection are two key concepts in relation to denominational schools and how they are governed. The analysis shows that the rules denominational schools are governed by give them the right to a denominational emphasis, at the same time as the education shall be non-denominational. A detailed description of which discretion the denominational emphasis may have is difficult to interpret. (Less)
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Svensson, Elin LU
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STVK01 20092
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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konfessionellt handlingsutrymme, styrdokument, implementering & efterkontroll, Konfessionell inriktning
language
Swedish
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1526090
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2010-02-01 18:26:19
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  abstract     = {Among ten percent of today's independent schools in Sweden have a denominational emphasis. This approach has caused great debate in media. To get an understanding of the media debate the ambition of this essay is to find out what rules denominational schools are governed by, and also which discretion this schools have. To find answers to these questions I will use a kind of idea centered analytical method. By using this method I have realized what the education act and the curriculum say about fundamental values and tasks of the school, in relation to the denominational emphasis. I have also interviewed Björn Persson, who is director of Swedish Schools Inspectorate´s south region. The empirical fact is connected to Lennart Lundquist’s theory of public administration, where implementation and inspection are two key concepts in relation to denominational schools and how they are governed. The analysis shows that the rules denominational schools are governed by give them the right to a denominational emphasis, at the same time as the education shall be non-denominational. A detailed description of which discretion the denominational emphasis may have is difficult to interpret.},
  author       = {Svensson, Elin},
  keyword      = {konfessionellt handlingsutrymme,styrdokument,implementering & efterkontroll,Konfessionell inriktning},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Den konfessionella grundskolan - En inriktning för guds skull?},
  year         = {2009},
}