A Comparative Study of Perceptions of Superintendents, High School Principals, and High School Department Chairs on the Role of the High School Academic Department Chair: the Voice of the Administrator
Portland State University. School of Education
Ulrich H. Hardt
Date of Publication
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership: Administration
Educational Leadership and Policy
High school department heads -- Oregon, High schools -- Oregon -- Administration, School superintendents -- Oregon -- Attitudes
3, ix, 236 leaves 28 cm.
The purpose of this exploratory descriptive study was to provide a first step in clarifying the role of the high school academic department chair as it is currently practiced in the state of Oregon. The study examined from the administrative perspective the potential for the continued development of the educational leadership role of the department chair as an administrative resource for instructional improvement. A researcher-constructed questionnaire was used to gather data from 27 Oregon school district superintendents, 34 high school principals, and 118 high school department chairs from English, math, science, and social studies departments in those same high schools.
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Korach, William Anthony, "A Comparative Study of Perceptions of Superintendents, High School Principals, and High School Department Chairs on the Role of the High School Academic Department Chair: the Voice of the Administrator" (1996). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1200.