Women Administrators in Education: Leadership Behavior Assessment According to Teachers' .. (Unpublished master dissertation). Part of the Educational Administration and Supervision Commons, and the This dissertation is dedicated to the people I love the most.
The percentage of women in the superintendency remained stagnant over 80 years of the last century and has only increased slightly, to just fewer than 14% of . Introduction: Women in the Superintendency—. Advances in Research and Theory. Lars G. Björk. During the past year, Educational Administration Quarterly has.
demographics, salary, benefits, and other elements of the employment contracts of school undertaken a comprehensive study on public school superintendent . This data illustrates the characteristics and demographics of AASA's members and Currently in the United States there is no set number of superintendents.
There are two dominant narratives in research about female principals and educational leadership. The first centres on women's struggles in. Helterbran, Valerie R. and Rieg, Sue A., "Women as School Principals: What is the Challenge?" (). Journal of Women in. Educational Leadership.