Selection Procedure Utilized by Second-class School Districts in Making Appointments to the Principalship in Washington State
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Arts in Education (MEd)
Conrad H. Potter
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
John A. Green
One hundred fifty-eight (158) superintendents of second-class school districts in Washington State were surveyed to determine the selection procedures utilized in the appointment to the principalship. A survey questionnaire was developed and divided into five steps of the selection procedure. The results of the survey questionnaire indicate that the selection procedure varies tremendously and no consistent procedures were found among the school district superintendents surveyed.
Morris, Keith W., "Selection Procedure Utilized by Second-class School Districts in Making Appointments to the Principalship in Washington State" (1986). All Master's Theses. 1823.
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