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Characteristics of female Texas public school administrators as related to birth order

Characteristics of female Texas public school administrators as related to birth order

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birth order -- Psychological aspects,
  • Women school administrators -- Psychology,
  • Women school administrators -- Texas -- Psychology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jill Lynn Spanheimer
    SeriesHealth, physical education and recreation microform publications
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 88 leaves
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14651535M

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Get this from a library. Characteristics of female Texas public school administrators as related to birth order. [Jill Lynn Spanheimer]. The major purpose of this descriptive study was to determine common characteristics and influences among women who were serving as public school superintendents of independent districts in Texas during the school year.

Commonalities were determined in (1) personal characteristics, (2) personality traits, and (3) perceived barriers to career by: 3.

• In public schools, female principals were more evenly represented among experienced principals in –88 than in – 12 versus 47 percent, respectively (figure 9).

During the –12 school year, 54 percent of new public school principals were women. • Among new public school principals in –12, more reported aFile Size: 1MB.

Of the state'spublic school teachers, 78 percent were women in A burgeoning area of change for females in Texas schools occurred in the field of sports, where federal legislation mandating equal financial support to male and female programs helped increase the quantity and quality of.

Inwhen the education profession was even more female-dominated than now, the American school system was mostly rural, and women ran many of. Characteristics of Effective Superintendents superintendent, and rank each of these skills in order of importance, with one being very important, two being important, three being unimportant and four being least important.

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The Texas School Directory is available on the TEA website at. Effective principals also need to have a high level of emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills. Often, the power of school leaders is vested in Author: Nick Morrison. Texas Public School Organization and Administration: Has been updated to include actions from the 83rd Texas Legislative Session, House Bill 5, as well as new requirements that have come from court cases and No Child Left Behind waivers.

Supports educational /5(5). A study was conducted to examine the characteristics of women administrators in Texas public community colleges.

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