Date of Award
Specialist in Education (Ed.S.)
Dr. Darrell Kellams
Dr. Thomas Petrie
Dr. Edward Sadler
The success of any organization is closely related to the quality of personnel employed to achieve the purposes of the organization. This is certainly true in a labor intensive organization such as the public schools. While available financial support, adequate facilities, community support, and a well defined organizational purpose are important to achieve quality education, the most crucial single element in the education process is the people engaged to help students learn (Castetter, 1986).
Moore, Steven Charles, "The Evaluation of a Mid-Western Suburban School District's Teacher Selection Model" (1987). Student Work. 2582.