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TitleGoverning bodies" legal obligations with regard to the financial management of public schools in Maleboho Central Circuit, Limpopo Province
AuthorChaba, Phuti Peggy
SubjectSchool governing body
SubjectLegal obligations
SubjectFinancial management
SubjectPublic school
SubjectMaleboho Central Circuit
SubjectLimpopo Province
Subject371.2060968256
SubjectSchool management and organization -- South Africa -- Capricorn District Municipality -- Case studies
SubjectPublic schools -- South Africa -- Capricorn District Municipality -- Case studies
SubjectEducation -- South Africa -- Capricorn District Municipality -- Finance -- Case studies
SubjectSchool boards -- South Africa -- Capricorn District Municipality -- Case studies
SubjectSchool budget -- South Africa -- Capricorn District Municipality -- Case studies
SubjectEducational law and legislation -- South Africa -- Capricorn District Municipality -- Case studies
Date2018-01-02T09:40:34Z
Date2018-01-02T09:40:34Z
Date2017-07
TypeDissertation
Format1 online resource (xii, 214 leaves)
AbstractThe researcher investigated the legal obligations of the governing bodies with regard to the financial management of public schools in Maleboho Central Circuit in the Province of Limpopo. I followed the qualitative research approach and used a multiple case study design that enabled me to test and confirm the findings across the cases by comparing or contrasting the cases. The study revealed that parent governors’ understanding of the role and responsibilities pertaining to financial management is not sufficient, and that the financial training that is presented in English hampers its effectiveness. The findings of the study confirm that the governing bodies do not manage the schools’ finances effectively and in compliance with their legal obligations.
AbstractEducational Leadership and Management
AbstractM. Ed. (Education Management)
IdentifierChaba, Phuti Peggy (2017) Governing bodies" legal obligations with regard to the financial management of public schools in Maleboho Central Circuit, Limpopo Province, University of South Africa, Pretoria,
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10500/23485