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Caribbean Journal of Education

Trinidadian Students' Perceptions of Their Schools

Publication Date: 
April 1986

That school children should be seen and not heard seems a commonly held view among school administrators and researchers. This paper reports on children's views of various aspects of school organisation and administration and their suggestions for change within schools. The views expressed by these children indicate that administrators are failing to avail themselves of a valuable asset in problem-solving in school administration and organisation. The paper also discusses the implications of the children's views for school administration.

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