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Portland State University

1996

Day care centers -- Employees -- Attitudes

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Characteristics Of Administrators' Leadership Style In Quality Child Care Centers, Katherine Ann Bobula Jan 1996

Characteristics Of Administrators' Leadership Style In Quality Child Care Centers, Katherine Ann Bobula

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The utilization of center-based child care services by working and student parents has increased dramatically over the last two decades, and has been accompanied by an equally strong interest, among the public and researchers alike, in the establishment and maintenance of quality caregiving in center-based care. This study addresses the leadership characteristics of administrators of quality child care centers. The intent of the study is to add to the existing knowledge concerning the role that the child care center administrator has in maintaining the delivery of high quality child care by the teaching-caregiving staff. Two factors were investigated: the leadership ...