What Makes School Administrators Satisfied With Their Jobs? - A Case Study of Administrators From Rural Pennsylvania School Districts
von Hoover, Todd
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With more and more teachers choosing not to apply for administrative positions in rural Pennsylvania public school districts, combined with public pressure for our schools to be better than ever, who is going to run our schools in the future? The primary research questions of this case study are: (1) What are the factors that lead to principal and teacher job satisfaction and dissatisfaction in public school districts? (2) Why are certified school administrators continuing to teach and not seek an administrative post in rural Pennsylvania public school districts?
Dr. Hoover is an assistant professor in the Early Childhood and Elementary Education Department at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. His research interests include elementary and middle level science teaching methods, effects of urban school practicum experiences on pre-service educators, and school administrator job satisfaction.
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0.22 x 0.15 x 0.006 m; 0.195 kg