Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Donald G. Goetschius
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Carmen K. Wilcox
It was the purpose of this study (1) to examine the literature on differentiated staffing; (2) to determine the status of differentiated staffing in the first class districts of Washington State; (3) to compare the authorities' description of differentiated staffing to an actual pilot program implemented in Washington; (4) to determine the attitude of the certificated staff towards differentiated staffing in each building included in the study; (5) to determine if teachers and administrators in the buildings included in the study felt the differentiated staffing utilization of teachers improved instruction significantly more than was the case under traditional staffing; (6) to identify areas of strengths and weaknesses in differentiated staffing; and (7) to make recommendations regarding future implementation of differentiated staffing in Washington.
Tiegs, Edward C., "A Study on Differentiated Staffing in the First Class Districts of Washington State" (1971). All Master's Theses. 1701.
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