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Perceptions Of Principles Toward The Leadership Behaviors Of Superintendents, Nicholas G. Carter Mar 2018

Perceptions Of Principles Toward The Leadership Behaviors Of Superintendents, Nicholas G. Carter

Morehead State Theses and Dissertations

A capstone submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education in the College of Education at Morehead State University by Nicholas G. Carter on March 26, 2018.


The Perceptions Of Superintendents Regarding The Need For Graduate Business Classes In Educational Leadership, Howard Leland Smith Dec 2008

The Perceptions Of Superintendents Regarding The Need For Graduate Business Classes In Educational Leadership, Howard Leland Smith

Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to explore the comprehensiveness of educational leadership programs regarding the extent of appropriate business knowledge attained by public school administrators. Portions of the study included a discussion of current licensing practices, academic governance, basic business requirements for leadership and management, and basic financial literacy. A further purpose was to measure the perception of how the inclusion of specific business-oriented graduate education in the certification process might increase the initial success of administrators.

The literature review supported the concept that superintendents understand change management and fiscal responsibility. Survey respondents supported these concepts by indicating the …


A Comparison Of The Congruence Between The Actual And Espoused Valued Work Of The New Jersey Secondary Principal, Anne Marie M. Esmerado Mcnamara Jan 2003

A Comparison Of The Congruence Between The Actual And Espoused Valued Work Of The New Jersey Secondary Principal, Anne Marie M. Esmerado Mcnamara

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Aspiring To The Superintendency: Factors That Influence The Decision, Regina P. Campbell Jan 2001

Aspiring To The Superintendency: Factors That Influence The Decision, Regina P. Campbell

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study investigates and identifies the factors impacting the superintendency and examines them, positive and negative, as they influence potential and current superintendent certificate holders to complete the process of applying for a superintendency. Three sample groups were used in this study: current Maine superintendent certificate holders, students enrolled in graduate administration classes, and currently practicing superintendents. These three groups were selected because of their unique positioning on the career ladder to the superintendency (Burnham, 1988). The aggregate sample included 236 respondents, comprising 82 superintendents, 90 certificate holders and 64 students. Three survey instruments were designed for this study specifically …


A Study Of The Relationship Between Superintendents' Perceived Leadership Practices And Socioeconomic Status Of School Districts In New Jersey, Enid Golden Jan 1999

A Study Of The Relationship Between Superintendents' Perceived Leadership Practices And Socioeconomic Status Of School Districts In New Jersey, Enid Golden

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Performance Criteria For The Elementary School Principal In Developing Curriculum To Be Used In A “Cooperative” Team Teaching Approach To Instruction, Allan Lee Holmquist Aug 1969

Performance Criteria For The Elementary School Principal In Developing Curriculum To Be Used In A “Cooperative” Team Teaching Approach To Instruction, Allan Lee Holmquist

All Master's Theses

This study proposes to see what percent of the principals surveyed, by means of a questionnaire, agree or disagree that they fulfilled the stated roles for developing curriculum for use in a "cooperative" team teaching approach to instruction in their schools. This study also proposes to test the following null hypothesis: There is no significant difference between the responses made on each role by principals in an urban or suburban school setting.