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School administration

1982

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Congruence And Divergence Of Teacher-School Board Member Attitudes In Selected Kentucky School Districts 1973 And 1982, Glen A. Kleine Dec 1982

Congruence And Divergence Of Teacher-School Board Member Attitudes In Selected Kentucky School Districts 1973 And 1982, Glen A. Kleine

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The problem of this study was to determine if significant differences existed between teachers and school board members in two school districts in Kentucky in their perceptions of 35 selected educational issues and procedures. The population studied included all teachers and board members in the two selected school districts. A study of the county school district in Kentucky was conducted in 1973 and in 1982. Study of the city school district in Kentucky was only conducted in 1982. Chi-square statistics were used to analyze the data. Fifteen null hypotheses were tested in this study. Attitudes of 1973 county teachers and …


After-School Child Care Projects Administered By Public School Districts In Seven Selected States, Betsy B. Plank Dec 1982

After-School Child Care Projects Administered By Public School Districts In Seven Selected States, Betsy B. Plank

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The purpose of this study was to determine the administrative structure, staff qualifications, and staffing patterns of selected school-age child care projects administered by public school districts; and to develop guidelines for planning future projects. Nine research questions were considered to be relevant to the study: (1) What types of administrative structure were demonstrated by after-school child care projects? (2) Did the projects surveyed require similar staff qualifications for initial employment? (3) Did the projects surveyed utilize similar staffing patterns? (4) Did the literature indicate prescribed staff qualifications? (5) Did the literature state prescribed staff qualifications in behavioral terms? (6) …


International Student Perceptions Of American Higher Education, Bassey A. Akpakpan Aug 1982

International Student Perceptions Of American Higher Education, Bassey A. Akpakpan

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The problem of the study was to measure how much students from other countries were satisfied with American education. The purposes of the study were to ascertain the extent to which international students perceived American education as satisfying their educational goals; to determine if any relationship existed between their perceptions of American education before and during their actual experiences with it; and to compare the perceptions of American education by students from one continent to those of other continents. A questionnaire which contained Part A and B was used in collecting the data. The contents of Part A included initial …


Perceived And Preferred Institutional Goals And Leadership Behavior Among Selected Groups At East Tennessee State University, Jackson E. Butler May 1982

Perceived And Preferred Institutional Goals And Leadership Behavior Among Selected Groups At East Tennessee State University, Jackson E. Butler

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The problem of this study was to determine if significant differences existed between groups from selected segments of the university community in their expressions of "is" (actual) and "should be" institutional goals and of "real" and "ideal" leadership behavior and to determine if significant relationships existed between their expressions of "is" (actual) institutional goals and "real" leadership behavior and "should be" institutional goals and "ideal" leadership behavior. The sample was composed of the Board of Regents, the university President and his Cabinet, the Faculty Senate, the Graduate Council, the Student Government Association officers and delegates, and thirty randomly selected Faculty. …