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University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

School administration

1974

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An Investigation Into The California Opportunity Program., Peter Judson Mackby Jan 1974

An Investigation Into The California Opportunity Program., Peter Judson Mackby

University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to describe the California Opportunity Program and to determine if the program was meeting its legislative mandate to assist students in resolving problems impeding success in regular classes.

PROCEDURES: Six school districts were selected from the one hundred twenty-four California school districts operating Opportunity Programs at the secondary level during the 1972-73 school year. The Opportunity Program in each school district included in the study was described on the basis of interviews with school district administrators, building administrators, instructional staff, students, and classroom observation. Data Here collected from each school district regarding student ...


The Equalizing Effects Of Federal Aid Among California Elementary And Unified School Districts, Lyndon Gerald Furst Jan 1974

The Equalizing Effects Of Federal Aid Among California Elementary And Unified School Districts, Lyndon Gerald Furst

University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

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A Comparison Of Organizational Climate Of Schools Administered By Female And Male Elementary School Principals., K. Jessie Kobayashi Jan 1974

A Comparison Of Organizational Climate Of Schools Administered By Female And Male Elementary School Principals., K. Jessie Kobayashi

University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to compare the organizational climate of schools administered by female elementary school principals with those administered by male elementary school principals as perceived by teachers. A comparison was made to determine differences in the perception of teachers of (1) organizational climate, (2) specific behaviors of each group of principals; and (3) specific behaviors of the staffs working with each group of principals. The population for this study was comprised of teachers in public schools which serve pupils in kindergarten through grade eight or any portion thereof. A random selection of fifteen staffs working with ...