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THE INFLUENCE OF ADMINISTRATOR PERCEPTIONS ON THE TEACHER APPRAISAL PROCESS
The appraisal system and perceptions surrounding the appraisal system in a medium sized suburban school district in southeast Texas were examined in this investigation. The specific purpose of this study was to reveal how ...
EXAMINATION OF UPPER SCHOOL PERFORMANCE RELATED TO MIDDLE SCHOOL ATTENDED AT AN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
“The Gulf School,” an independent K-12 day school in the southwestern United States enrolls students into their upper school from not only their own middle school but other area middle schools as well. Since the students ...
INFORMING LEADERSHIP PRACTICES: EXPLORING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN SCIENCE AND A FIELD EXPERIENCE AT THE HOUSTON ZOO
The science most adults in the United States learned was derived from informal science broadcast programming outside the classroom (Ogden et al., 2011; National Research Council, 2009; Falk et al., 2010). Evaluations over ...
Impact of Pre-kindergarten Education on Elementary Student Achievement: Implications for School Leaders
The purpose of this study was to determine if pre-kindergarten attendance resulted in increased school readiness for kindergarten students; and if prekindergarten attendance resulted in higher student achievement for third ...
SECONDARY SCHOOL LEADERSHIP: CREATING A CULTURE THAT IMPACTS STUDENT PERCEPTIONS AND CHOICES FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
According to the Texas Education Agency (2011b), researchers in the 20th century failed to adequately address the needs of college enrollment data related to minority and low-income students. Additionally, research studies ...
THE RELATIONSHIP OF SELF-EFFICACY AND STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT ON ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS:IMPLICATIONS FOR SCHOOL LEADERS
Our current school system is under much scrutiny as academic standards are steadily rising and student achievement is unable to keep pace with the rapid increases. At the core, economically disadvantaged students are ...