Date of Award
Doctor of Education (Ded)
Dr. Jack McKay
Dr. Martha Bruckner
Dr. Neal Grandgenett
Dr. Don Uerling
This study examined the differences, if any, between leadership behaviors of elementary principals from low and high socio-economic schools as defined by the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch schedule. A total of 80 principals with at least one year of experience were asked to participate in this study, a sampling of 40 principals from high socio-economic schools in Nebraska and a sampling of 40 principals from low socio-economic schools in Nebraska as measured by the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program.
Niemeyer, Marilou, "A comparative study of leadership behaviors of principals from high and low socio-economic elementary public schools in Nebraska" (2001). Student Work. 3404.
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