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Education and Human Development Master's Theses

Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration

School administration

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A Study Of The Public School Problem: “Where Does Policy Making End And Administration Begin?”, John G. Lindberg May 1962

A Study Of The Public School Problem: “Where Does Policy Making End And Administration Begin?”, John G. Lindberg

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

Local school board members and administrators are the people who have the greatest impact on their local school programs, yet few citizens understand the responsibilities and boundaries of these positions. In this paper, the author asserts that a school’s future is not determined by state/federal educational policy as much as it is by the attitudes its board members have toward one another, as well as toward their administrators. The author attempts to understand the divide between Brockport Central School board members and school administrators during the formulation and execution of existing school policy. The researcher obtained initial data ...


An Inquiry Into Fundamental Qualifications For School Administration And A Survey Of The Male Graduates Class Of 1949 Brockport State Teachers College, Archie E. Freitas Jun 1959

An Inquiry Into Fundamental Qualifications For School Administration And A Survey Of The Male Graduates Class Of 1949 Brockport State Teachers College, Archie E. Freitas

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The author discusses the importance of qualified administration in the public school system given the impact of the public school system on American life and culture. First, the author explores the role of elementary school administrators, as well as the core competencies administrators need to effectively perform critical tasks. Then, the author discusses personal qualifications that allow administrators to maximize their managerial impact, as well as the positive impact of job-specific training/education/professional preparation on administrative performance. The paper concludes with the results from a survey of male teaching graduates investigating their career paths since graduation, including graduate education ...