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The Measurement of Teacher Dissatisfaction
The purpose of this study was to identify and measure dissatisfaction perceived by teachers. Nine hypotheses were tested to determine: 1) areas in which teachers perceive a lack of congruency between individual need and role expectation, and the magnitude of resulting dissatisfaction perceived in areas where incongruency ...
Pre-Decisional Information Processes in Teacher Selection
This study examined the behavior which takes place during pre-decisional information search and processing of written information inputs to the teacher selection process. The assumption underlying the research was that this behavior was not random, but rather was relatively specific and reflected a rationalized search process ...
Support of Public Education in Washington State Relative to Equalization of Educational Opportunity
This study investigated the variation in educational opportunity in Washington State under certain hypothetical matters of distributing state grants-in-aid such as: 1) When factors in the state school distribution formula are eliminated or mixed in different, predetermined and specified proportions, and 2) when a given ...