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Teacher Education and Professional Development

2004

Linda Serra Hagedorn

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Marriage, Children, And Aging Parents: The Role Of Family-Related Factors In Faculty Job Satifsfaction, Linda Serra Hagedorn, Linda J. Sax Dec 2003

Marriage, Children, And Aging Parents: The Role Of Family-Related Factors In Faculty Job Satifsfaction, Linda Serra Hagedorn, Linda J. Sax

Linda Serra Hagedorn

Due to changes in the academic market, faculty job satisfaction is especially critical. Using a multi-step framework, this study explores the role of family and stress related “pull factors” on a measure of overall job satisfaction for a large nationally representative sample of college and university faculty members. These “pull factors” include, but are not limited to, care for a child, spouse or elder, as well as other responsibilities and duties not directly related to one’s academic career.


The Academic And Occupational Outcomes Of Residential High School Student Instruction, Linda Serra Hagedorn, Katherine Tibbetts, Hye Sun Moon, Dolwin Haunani Keanu Matsumoto, Gail Makuakani-Lundin Dec 2003

The Academic And Occupational Outcomes Of Residential High School Student Instruction, Linda Serra Hagedorn, Katherine Tibbetts, Hye Sun Moon, Dolwin Haunani Keanu Matsumoto, Gail Makuakani-Lundin

Linda Serra Hagedorn

Residential or boarding schools can be traced to the early history of the United States. Initially developed to serve indigenous peoples, the residential school of the 21st century attracts and serves students from diverse ethnic, racial, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. This paper uses the population of graduates from a large high school with both residential and commuter students serving specifically students with Native Hawaiian ancestry. Using a sample of both residential and commuting students from the graduating classes of 1993, 1994 and 1995, the study compares outcomes such as high school graduation, college attendance, college graduation, occupational status and overall ...