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Perceptions Of Florida Administrators On The Absence Of Male Teachers In K-12 Public Schools, Kimberly A. Dunn Nov 2016

Perceptions Of Florida Administrators On The Absence Of Male Teachers In K-12 Public Schools, Kimberly A. Dunn

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to determine if a relationship exists between the perceptions of K-12 Florida Public School administrators and the absence of male teachers. The quantitative survey instrument provided the means to examine the significance of the administrators’ perceptions regarding the lack of male teachers at all grade levels. A shortage and absence of male teachers in public schools in the United States is an issue that continues to be relevant in research. Much literature has explored the obstacles that keep male teachers from entering and staying in the K-12 public educational system. Results from Quantitative ...