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Denemark, George – Journal of Teacher Education, 1983
As resources for education dwindle, deans of education must provide leadership through: (1) long-range planning; (2) establishing priorities; (3) efficient decision making; and (4) improving the image of teacher education. Ways to improve collection of data on students and their needs and to establish program assessment criteria are discussed. (PP)
Descriptors: Academic Deans, Administrative Policy, College Administration, Financial Needs
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Mangieri, John N.; Arnn, John W., Jr. – Journal of Teacher Education, 1984
Questions relative to unit strengths and weaknesses, mission, resource allocation, and desired leadership characteristics should be addressed prior to beginning a dean selection process. Responses to these questions may help instititions find a dean who can provide the desired type of leadership. (DF)
Descriptors: Administrator Characteristics, Administrator Selection, Deans, Higher Education
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Hopfengardner, Jerrold D.; And Others – Journal of Teacher Education, 1983
A well-planned and systematized recruitment program can make a difference in the quality of students admitted to a teacher education program. An outline for a recruitment plan is proposed, and a program at the University of Dayton (Ohio) School of Education is described. (PP)
Descriptors: Admission Criteria, Education Majors, Educational Quality, Enrollment Influences