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Educational Administration and Supervision

2000

Georgia

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Barriers To Female Principals: Perceptions Of Female High School Administrators In Georgia, Jane Spires Hilliard Jan 2000

Barriers To Female Principals: Perceptions Of Female High School Administrators In Georgia, Jane Spires Hilliard

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The purpose of this study was to determine what factors female high school principals and assistant principals in Georgia perceived as barriers to women entering high school principalships. The factors presented to the participants were determined by a thorough review of the literature. A survey instrument with two sections was developed. Section one consisted of 12 factors often mentioned as barriers to women entering high school principalships. These factors were rated on a Likert scale which ranged from strongly agree to strongly disagree. Participants were also given the opportunity to list any other factors they perceived as barriers. The second ...


A Descriptive Study Of Public Alternative Schools In Georgia, Willie James Wiley Jan 2000

A Descriptive Study Of Public Alternative Schools In Georgia, Willie James Wiley

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The purpose of this study was to identify the types of alternative schools in Georgia, to describe the characteristics of the alternative schools, and their students, and to determine the primary goals of the alternative schools. The descriptive information was collected from 97 public alternative schools. The data collected by a 44 item multiple response survey included the perceptions of Georgia's alternative school administrators. The survey items were developed from a literature search and site visits to five different models of alternative schools in a large urban school system The responses were categorized to calculate the range, mean, percentages ...


Perceptions Of The Visionary Leadership Of Assistant Principals In Georgia Middle Schools, Christopher John Lemieux Jan 2000

Perceptions Of The Visionary Leadership Of Assistant Principals In Georgia Middle Schools, Christopher John Lemieux

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This study was intended to explore the visionary leadership of assistant principals in public middle schools. A study of this type conducted on a statewide basis provided empirical information on the visionary leadership of assistant principals as perceived by themselves and their respective teachers in Georgia middle schools. Since a limited amount of research existed on the visionary leadership role of middle school assistant principals, this study helped to fill a void in the current professional literature. Quantitative research methodology was used to analyze data generated from The Leadership Profile surveys, principals' middle school concept implementation surveys, and the assistant ...