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ERIC Number: ED010166
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 254
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INSTRUCTIONAL CHANGE AND THE EXTENT TO WHICH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS AND TEACHERS AGREE ON THE LOCATION OF RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS.
EYE, GLEN G.; AND OTHERS
THIS STUDY WAS BASED ON THE THESIS THAT THE EXTENT OF CONGRUENCE AMONG TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND SUPERVISORS WAS RELATED, IN A POSITIVE MANNER AT AN APPRECIABLE LEVEL OF SIGNIFICANCE, TO THE INCIDENCE OF PLANNING FOR INSTRUCTIONAL CHANGE AND TO THE EXTENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS PLANNING. TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND SUPERVISORS (N 6183) RESPONDED TO SUCH DECISION-POINT QUESTIONS AS (1) WHO MAKES THIS DECISION, (2) WHO ELSE PARTICIPATES IN MAKING THIS DECISION, AND (3) HOW DID YOU PARTICIPATE IN THIS DECISION. RESULTS INDICATED THAT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE EXTENT OF CONGRUENCE IN STAFF PERCEPTIONS OF DECISION-POINT LOCATION WAS NOT SIGNIFICANTLY RELATED TO THE PRODUCTION OF CURRICULAR PLANS AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THESE PLANS. (LP)
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Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison.
Identifiers: MADISON