Opinion of Washington State School Administrators Concerning Federal and State Paperwork Requirements
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. John Green
The opinions of school principals and superintendents were assessed concerning federal and state paperwork requirements. A questionnaire was used to obtain the opinions of eighty school administrators. The results showed that school administrators expend a considerable amount of time completing federal and state paperwork. The cost of com pleting paperwork was found to represent a large portion of the education budget in Washington State. Related problems are discussed.
Harding, Jerry A., "Opinion of Washington State School Administrators Concerning Federal and State Paperwork Requirements" (1982). Master of Education Graduate Projects. 38.