RETHINKING THE MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS: A CASE OF LIMPOPO AREA OF SOUTH AFRICA
Malesela Jacob Lamola
Central University student, Doctor of Education student, firstname.lastname@example.org
Public schools’ performances have fallen down, resulting in some schools being merged and some being closed during the Corona Pandemic. Therefore, schools find themselves at the crossroads whereby they have to keep up with changes or to diminish. One of the strategic decisions to be taken in these uncertain difficult times is to build effective teams that will be innovative and creative, hence school business partnership team is one of the vehicles to drive the whole innovation mostly needed in public schools.
Schools producing academic excellence are made up of more than just a school, learners, and staff. Rather they pull out through the ecosystem creating a thriving network centered on creating the best learning opportunities. Schools and businesses are working together to benefit the entire community. The research work whets the appetite to rethink the traditional ways of managing school business partnerships amid the era and post era of Corona pandemic.
Keywords: Rethinking, management, school business partnerships, public schools
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