Demonstrated Actions of Instructional Leaders

George J. Petersen

Abstract


To confirm perceptions, actions, and behaviors articulated by the district superintendents, triangulation interviews were conducted with school principals and school board members in each of the participating districts. A 52- item questionnaire was also administered to every principal and school board member in these districts. Responses of these personnel confirmed the articulated actions and behaviors of these superintendents in their promotion of the technical core of curriculum and instruction.

Keywords


Administrator Attitudes; Administrator Role; Educational Administration; Elementary Secondary Education; Instructional Leadership; School Districts; Superintendents

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v7n18.1999

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