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Instruction Cost Report, Fall 2001, University Of Northern Iowa Oct 2001

Instruction Cost Report, Fall 2001, University Of Northern Iowa

Institutional Research Documents

Shows the costs associated with running the University of Northern Iowa broken down by college and department


Instruction Size Report, Fall 2001, University Of Northern Iowa Oct 2001

Instruction Size Report, Fall 2001, University Of Northern Iowa

Institutional Research Documents

Gives breakdowns of student credit hours offered by status of instructor, average class size overall, and average class size by status of instructor.


Instruction Size Report, Spring 2001, University Of Northern Iowa Apr 2001

Instruction Size Report, Spring 2001, University Of Northern Iowa

Institutional Research Documents

Gives breakdowns of student credit hours offered by status of instructor, average class size overall, and average class size by status of instructor.


Instruction Cost Report, Spring 2001, University Of Northern Iowa Apr 2001

Instruction Cost Report, Spring 2001, University Of Northern Iowa

Institutional Research Documents

Shows the costs associated with running the University of Northern Iowa broken down by college and department


Faculty Activity Report 2001-2002, University Of Northern Iowa. Office Of Information Management And Analysis. Jan 2001

Faculty Activity Report 2001-2002, University Of Northern Iowa. Office Of Information Management And Analysis.

Institutional Research Documents

Report of faculty activity broken down by rank and college and compared to the peer institutions


Personal Perspective On Education, David W. Denhartog Jan 2001

Personal Perspective On Education, David W. Denhartog

Graduate Research Papers

In order to meet the challenges of educational administration, effective leaders must understand the culture of the school, model a passion for excellence, empower the stake holders, have a sense of commitment to a shared vision, and look to the future acting with integrity that heightens the value of character. Being an administrator or manager is not enough. Today's school leaders are shouldered with unending responsibilities that challenge their abilities every day. By utilizing multiple forms of leadership along with empowerment the tasks and goals set by our society can be accomplished.


A Preferred Vision For Administering Elementary Schools : A Reflective Essay, Debrah J. Fordice Jan 2001

A Preferred Vision For Administering Elementary Schools : A Reflective Essay, Debrah J. Fordice

Graduate Research Papers

The desire to have beauty around me translates to the development of climate as a school leader. It is important for the physical surroundings to make the school family (staff, administration, parents, community members, and students) feel comfortable and at home. Efficient and tasteful use of space help create an environment that produces a feeling of security, and therefore enhances learning. The values of love, family, and beauty all tie together to the creation of a healthy climate in an educational setting.