Title of Dissertation: PRINCIPALS’ LEADERSHIP STYLES AND THE IMPACT ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Karim K. Shortridge, Doctor of Education, 2015 Dissertation directed by: Dr. William Strein Department of Counseling Higher Education, and Special Education As accountability efforts in education have increased, there has been an increased interest in the significance of effective instructional.
A RESEARCH STUDY OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP COMPARING LEADERSHIP STYLES OF THE PRINCIPAL A Dissertation Submitted to the School of Education Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program for Educational Leadership Duquesne University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education By Kathleen A. Luft May 2012.
Dissertation Title: The Relationship Between Teacher Job Satisfaction and Principal Leadership Styles This dissertation has been approved and accepted by the faculty of the Education Department, Carson-Newman University, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree, Doctor of.
Elementary Teachers' and Principals' Perceptions of Principal Leadership Style and School Social Organization. Evans, Thomas Jack. The context of teaching has changed dramatically in the wake of two national waves of educational reform. This dissertation examined the relationship between elementary principals' use of transformational leadership strategies as determined by teacher reports and.
Fisher (2005) notes that all schools should be able to excel if the principal’s leadership style is a positive influence. Normally, principals’ leadership styles are seen in their behaviors and how they interrelate with teachers, students, parents, and other school staff. If the principal.
The effect of principal’s leadership style on school environment and outcome Eissa Al-Safran Kuwait University David Brown The University of Tulsa Alexander Wiseman Lehigh University ABSTRACT The main objective of this study was to investigate the effect of principal’s leadership style on school outcome. This study focused on the indirect.
This study was exploratory in nature and tested the theory of transformational, transactional, and laissez-faire leadership as perceived by teachers and their principal as successful measures of principal leadership on school climate and student achievement. The threefold purpose of this study was to examine: (1) The leadership style as perceived by the teacher and the principal.
The relationship of principal leadership style and student achievement in low socio -economic schools. Beth Huffman Niedermeyer, Purdue University. Abstract. In order to assist school districts in addressing national and state level mandates imperative for school improvement, this study examined whether a specific leadership style is more conducive to improving student achievement in high.
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LEADERSHIP STYLES AND SCHOOL PERFORMANCE: IS THERE A GENDER DIFFERENCE IN EXPECTATIONS FOR TEACHERS? by Iris Denise Magee May 2012 In this paper, the research on the perceptions of gender differences in leadership styles is explored. The study also attempts to determine whether there are differences in.
Canonical correlation between teacher ratings of principal leadership styles and school performance suggests that about 9% of the variation in school performance may be accounted for by leadership styles. High-achieving schools were more likely to have high transformational leadership styles and lower transactional leadership styles, suggesting.
Clemson University TigerPrints All Dissertations Dissertations 5-2016 The Impact of Leadership on School Culture and Student Achievement Matthew Joseph Piotrowsky.
This quantitative study examined the relationship between the perceived leadership styles of school principals and teacher job satisfaction at selected elementary schools. The Leader Behavior Description Questionnaire (LBDQ) provided data that identified the perceived leadership styles of the school principals; the Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ) Short Form provided data that.
Principal—A Secondary School or Building Principal is defined as the lead administrator in a 7th-12th grade setting. School Principal Leadership—School principal leadership was defined by the Nebraska Department of Education in the Principal Standards (Nebraska State Board of Education, 2011).
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of leadership styles and school climate on student achievement. Student achievement was measured using the new standards test in grade 4, known as the English Language Arts Test (ELA). The data were collected in 30 elementary schools in an urban school district in Westchester County, New York.
Relationship between leadership styles of middle school principals and school culture. Peggy Sibley Scope, Purdue University. Abstract. This study examined middle school principal leadership styles of successful schools. The success of an Indiana school is based on meeting or exceeding the state average score on the Indiana state standardized.
Principal leadership style, school performance, and principal effectiveness in Dubai schools Principal leadership style, school performance, and principal effectiveness in Dubai schools.
Recommended Citation. Murad, H. (2012). School principal as a strategic leader: A case-study of a private sector school in District Chitral in Khyber Pakhtunkhawa (KPK) Pakistan (Unpublished master's dissertation). Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan.
The aim of this research is to discover more about the impact of leadership on school improvement with reference to Jewish Supplementary Schools. The study focuses on leadership teams from five different Jewish Supplementary Schools, attached to Synagogues in the Greater London area.