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This paper reviews the politics of education literature for relevance to research on how teachers make decisions about the content of instruction. It argues that such decisions are political in nature and, therefore, should be the subject of political research.
Extant research on the relationship between job satisfaction and employee absenteeism in the private sector clearly shows that job satisfaction is not a major factor in absenteeism. To determine whether a similar pattern prevails in educational organizations, a study was conducted among...
Imbalances in the relationships between boards of education, school superintendents, and the school district bureaucracy are perennial problems in large urban school systems. This article describes two recent urban district reforms, in Chicago and Los Angeles. and argues that the reform...
Conventional methods for comparing the relative productivity of schools employ least squares regression to find the expected achievement of schools with the same input characteristics. The result is that analysts typically contrast the relative effects of "predictor"variables on achievement...
The purpose of this study was to assess the research orientation of doctoral students in educational administration preparation programs. More specifically, the study sought to determine whether learning experiences during the doctoral program and certain personal variables were associated with...
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