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University Of Central Florida Catalog, 1985 - 1986, University Of Central Florida May 1985

University Of Central Florida Catalog, 1985 - 1986, University Of Central Florida

UCF Catalogs

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University Of Central Florida Graduate Catalog, 1985 - 1986, University Of Central Florida May 1985

University Of Central Florida Graduate Catalog, 1985 - 1986, University Of Central Florida

UCF Catalogs

No abstract provided.


An Investigation Of The Attitudes Of Principals And Superintendents In Florida Toward Merit Pay, Albert W. Helms Jan 1985

An Investigation Of The Attitudes Of Principals And Superintendents In Florida Toward Merit Pay, Albert W. Helms

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to detennine the attitudes of superintendents and principals in the state of Florida toward the issue of merit pay. The evaluation instrument used for the collection of data was a questionnaire that was developed and validated by Rometo in 1961. For this study, the instrument consisted of 34 statements and four questions related to merit pay.

During the 1983-84 school year, the instrument was mailed to a total of 1,990 educators in the state of Florida. Included in the sample were all 67 district superintendents and 1,923 selected principals. Usable returns were ...


The Design Of An Internal Resource Allocation Model For Use In Higher Education, Ann Clark Jan 1985

The Design Of An Internal Resource Allocation Model For Use In Higher Education, Ann Clark

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

A computer model has been developed for the purpose of allocating funds, by department, within a university. This model categorizes each class as one of three types—lecture, problem solving, or laboratory. A standard class size is assigned to each type—40, 25, and 10 respectively. Combining the previous year’s head count for each class with the credit-hour value of each class, a faculty position count for every department is generated. Administrative positions, staff positions, operating expense, and operating capital funds are calculated using various combinations of factors involving student credit hours, faculty positions, and class type. Factors used ...