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Education Specialist (Ed.S)
Dr. LaVier L. Staven
The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the perceptions of a random sample of local teachers association presidents in selected school districts in Nebraska relative to the priorities of competencies in educational administration which they believe superintendents should possess. A secondary purpose was to investigate the relationship between these perceptions and the various characteristics of educational administrators according to age, teaching experience, student enrollment, education, and sex. A related purpose was to make a comparison of this study with studies made by Roy Keller titled, "A Study of Priorities and Competencies of the Educational Administrator in Kansas as perceived by Local Teachers Association Presidents," by John Watson titled "A Study of the Priorities of Selecting and Evaluating a Superintendent as Perceived by Presidents of School Districts in Nebraska," and by Elton Teter titled "A Study of Priorities and Competencies in Educational Administration as Perceived by Superintendents of School Districts in Nebraska."
Copyright 1974 Kenneth O'Mara
O'Mara, Kenneth L., "A Study of Priorities and Competencies of the Educational Administrator in Nebraska as Perceived by Local Teachers Association Presidents" (1974). Master's Theses. 1526.