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Decentralisation and community involvement in schools are important issues. Extra-curricular use of schools by the community would give all people “ownership “of their local schools. The local schools could be managed as community education centres as well as service centres for pupils’ learning needs. In order to accomplish these goals, a number of changes are essential: developing local leadership; educational management training for local 55 principals as well as the directorate; the allocation of funds so that budgets are available for use of principals without bureaucratic delays; the delineation of duties in order to avoid overlapping; and the development of quality criteria for all levels of the educational system.
27 Each exam took 5 hours and consisted of a great number (more than 150) questions, both duration and size of the exams seem excessive and the team hopes that they now have been reduced. Nevertheless, the process appears to have gone relatively smoothly, although the technical quality (reliability, validity) of the question papers remained doubtful, especially the part set by university faculties where there is little or no understanding of the ground rules of educational measurement. However, until there is a credible and trusted school-leaving examination (Maturita) in place, Universities are unlikely to abandon their own entrance examinations altogether.
24 G. ,, March 2000, p. 19. 25 UNICEF International Child Development Centre, Education for All? (1998). The MONEE Project CEE/CIS/Baltics. Regional Monitoring Report No. 5. Florence: ICDC, pp. 67-71; and G Palomba and M. , p. 54. 45 MoF. Unlike many countries of the region salaries have been paid regularly. The municipalities are assumed to pay for other operational expenditure of the schools from the state block grant but this rarely happens so as to satisfy the necessary needs of the schools.