District principals were directed to review their respective budgets to determine where potential cuts could be made. The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to describe the perceptions of urban district principals regarding technology implementation and identify recommendations for the sustainability of STEM programs within this Texas Urban School District.
Educational Leadership, Elementary Education, Language Arts Education, Literacy Education, Literacy Leadership, Principal Perceptions Abstract This dissertation study explores the perceptions of principals as literacy leaders and the enactment of these perceptions in high-need elementary schools.
Literacy leadership, as perceived by principals, was analyzed based on interview data from six participants.
Individual cases were studied for the unique characterizations each participant brought to the construct of literacy leadership through their own lived experience. Cross-case analysis was conducted in order to draw out themes among participants.
Conclusions suggest that there are commonalities among principals' perceptions and enactments as literacy leaders in high-need elementary schools. Particular aspects of literacy leadership, such as literacy engagement and family-literacy school connections, were not as great a focus in participant interviews.
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Poloncic, Melissa J., "PRINCIPALS MATTER: PERCEPTIONS OF PRINCIPALS . This mixed methods study gauged teacher and principal perceptions of the effectiveness of the OBPP.
Principals and teachers were surveyed and follow-up interviews were conducted with the principals to better explain the survey results. This study affirmed that the OBPP was effective as measured by these teachers and principals.
The role of principals in maintaining effective discipline among learners in selected Mauritian state secondary schools: an education management model Belle, Louis Jinot () Learner discipline is one of the pillars of the education system of any country.
Specifically, the LKES Perception Survey gathered principals’ perceptions of the effectiveness of the 15 components, eight Leader Assessment on Performance Standards (LAPS), 10 objectives, and three weights utilized in LKES.