Graduate Project Title
The Uses and Effectiveness of Computers in Educational Administration
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Jack L. McPherson
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Timothy W. Young
The purpose of this study was to assess the uses and effectiveness of computers in educational administration. Principals from the high schools of Washington State's Mid-Valley AA League responded to a questionnaire regarding the uses of computers in their buildings and the perceived effectiveness of computers used for administrative tasks. Survey results indicated that the majority of high schools in the Mid-Valley AA League have used computers for common administrative tasks, and principals found that these tasks were accomplished more effectively with a computer.
Warren, Steven W., "The Uses and Effectiveness of Computers in Educational Administration" (1991). All Graduate Projects. 371.
Educational Administration and Supervision Commons, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Educational Technology Commons