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The international schools context provides ample evidence of the old adage of two (or in this case many) nations being divided by a common language, and in no respect is it more applicable than in relation to organisation and administration. The word administration itself is a case in point: in many international schools an administrator is someone who has reached a level of what might be described as senior management: a deputy head or principal, for instance. To others an administrator is quite different and some, from say a British background, would be more familiar with terms such as ‘manager’ (or the more recently popularised ‘leader’). The term ‘administrator’, however, has become so prevalent in international schools as to be almost commonplace, and it ...

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