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Teachers' perceptions of administrative support.
This report summarizes results of a survey of special educators regarding first, their working conditions related to central office support and, second, the impact of administrative support on their job satisfaction, commitment, and intent to leave. Major findings regarding teacher attitudes toward central office administrators include a perceived administrative distance with a sense of being managed from a distance and a lack of proactive assistance and a perceived dissonance in priorities and values between teachers and central office administrators.
Author/Creator: Billingsley, B.S., Gersten, R., Gillman, J., Morvant, M.
Date Published: 1995
ISBN: Final Report. RTI project 5168
Publisher: Special Education Programs
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