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Teacher Education and Professional Development

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Study Of The High School Principalship: Relationships Of Selected Job Contextual Factors With Principals' Job Satisfaction, Security, Authority, And Challenges , Keith A. Guy Jan 1992

Study Of The High School Principalship: Relationships Of Selected Job Contextual Factors With Principals' Job Satisfaction, Security, Authority, And Challenges , Keith A. Guy

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This investigation assesses the relationships of the following variables with Iowa high school principals' level of job satisfaction: (a) size of school, (b) level of authority, (c) threats to job security, and (d) educational issues seen as challenges. Further, relationships between levels of authority, size of school, job security issues, and educational challenges were identified and analyzed. Data for this study were taken from an existing data set using the "Iowa Secondary School Principals' Status and Opinion Study" compiled in 1989 by the School Administrators of Iowa, Iowa State University, and the University of Northern Iowa;The population was all ...


Teacher Perceptions Concerning Their Role And The Efficacy Of Moral Education In Public Elementary Schools , Ray Calvin Owens Jr. Jan 1992

Teacher Perceptions Concerning Their Role And The Efficacy Of Moral Education In Public Elementary Schools , Ray Calvin Owens Jr.

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

One hundred and seven elementary teachers in four randomly selected elementary schools in northern Illinois were selected for inclusion in this survey study to measure teacher satisfaction concerning current levels of moral education in public schools. The survey was also used to determine teacher perceptions of their role in moral education. A secondary purpose of the study was to determine the factors that have an impact on teachers' perceptions concerning their role in moral education;A one group t-test was used to test the hypothesis that teachers perceive their role to be one of neutrality in moral education in the ...


Internship Programs For The Preparation Of School Leaders: Profiles Of Two New Approaches , Pearl Lenora Jefferson Jan 1992

Internship Programs For The Preparation Of School Leaders: Profiles Of Two New Approaches , Pearl Lenora Jefferson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to investigate two approaches to school administrator internship programs: university field-based internship programs and Danforth field-based principal preparation programs. The study was explicitly designed to determine the program design and delivery system for operating university and Danforth administrator internship programs. Additionally, the study was designed to examine to what extent selected processes, components, and experiences (program design and delivery) improve and develop internship leadership skills;Two survey instruments: (1) Program Facilitator School Leader questionnaire and (2) Intern School Leader Questionnaire, and telephone interviews with program interns were utilized to address key research questions. Twenty-two ...