Factors Impacting Perceived Quality in School Organizations

William K. Poston

Abstract


This paper presents the findings of studies conducted at Iowa State University of public schools in Iowa in the area of perceived quality assessment. Demographic characteristics of the respondents on the Perceived Quality Assessment Instrument from forty-four school districts were described by position, home annual income, gender, age, level of education, and years experience in current or a similar job. The research project undertaken incorporated several studies of quality improvement characteristics of public schools. The project resulted in a compendium of coordinated research aimed at learning more about the relationships and effects of quality improvement efforts with other factors of school district operations.

Keywords


Administrator Attitudes; Educational Quality; Institutional Characteristics; Performance Factors; School Districts; School Effectiveness; Staff Development; Student Attitudes; Teacher Attitudes

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v5n19.1997

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