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1995

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Strategies And Leadership Options For Internationalizing The Comprehensive Community College: A Case Study Of Tidewater Community College, 1986-1995, Harriet Hanna Nichols Jan 1995

Strategies And Leadership Options For Internationalizing The Comprehensive Community College: A Case Study Of Tidewater Community College, 1986-1995, Harriet Hanna Nichols

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Student Attitudes, Learning Effectiveness, And Costs/Benefits Pertaining To Military Logistics Courses Offered In The Residence, On-Site, And Satellite Television Modes Of Instruction, Raymond C. Fenn Jan 1995

Student Attitudes, Learning Effectiveness, And Costs/Benefits Pertaining To Military Logistics Courses Offered In The Residence, On-Site, And Satellite Television Modes Of Instruction, Raymond C. Fenn

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

Using period newspapers and books, mercantile correspondence, Spanish imperial archives, and the colonial records of the Caracas City Council, Consulado, and Venezuelan Intendancy, this dissertation highlights the enterprises of those who profited from sustaining the Spanish Empire in its frail and debilitated state. Whether they had prospered from or merely survived the commercial revolutions that shook the Atlantic World after 1789, all merchants and traders calculated the economic consequences of South American independence and encouraged their contemporaries to do so too.


An Electronic Storage And Access System For Special Education Legislation, Courtney Siler Frantz Jan 1995

An Electronic Storage And Access System For Special Education Legislation, Courtney Siler Frantz

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In the field of education, instructional leaders must know the regulations governing the assessment, curriculum, and instruction of all students. An area of special concern is the regulations governing programs for students with disabilities. Although the average population of students with disabilities may represent less than 10% of the total student body, the school administrator is responsible for maintaining access to the most current regulations, for accurately interpreting, and effectively implementing federal and state mandates to ensure that the due process rights of the students with disabilities are upheld. Yet the laws and regulations governing special education programs are continually ...


Prolonged Teacher Stress As A Function Of Teachers' Perceptions Of Principal Leadership Style Adaptability And Teachers' Belief Systems, Pamela Pare Jan 1995

Prolonged Teacher Stress As A Function Of Teachers' Perceptions Of Principal Leadership Style Adaptability And Teachers' Belief Systems, Pamela Pare

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship among prolonged teacher stress (or burnout), teachers' perceptions of leadership style adaptability, and teacher irrational belief systems.;The York County School Division was chosen because of the relative availability of subjects. Three surveys measuring teachers' perceptions of leadership style and style adaptability, teachers' irrational belief systems, and prolonged teacher stress, were disseminated among elementary classroom teachers in the county. Out of 100 elementary school teachers surveyed, there were 71 responses.;Three dimensions of burnout were measured: Emotional Exhaustion, Depersonalization, and Personal Accomplishment. It was hypothesized that there would be no ...


Recruitment Practices Of Virginia Public School Divisions And The Effectiveness Of Selected Sources In The Recruitment Of Teachers, Linda Duffy Palombo Jan 1995

Recruitment Practices Of Virginia Public School Divisions And The Effectiveness Of Selected Sources In The Recruitment Of Teachers, Linda Duffy Palombo

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The major purposes of this study were to describe the recruitment practices of the public school divisions in Virginia and to examine the relationship between recruitment sources used in Chesapeake Public Schools and four measures of personnel effectiveness (retention rates, job performance, job satisfaction, and attendance of teachers). Data were collected using three questionnaires designed for the study, the Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire, and archival records maintained by Chesapeake Public Schools. Information was solicited from the superintendents or chief personnel officers of the 133 public school divisions in the Commonwealth of Virginia and from teachers hired in Chesapeake Public Schools between ...