Date of Award
Doctor of Education (EdD)
Professor Robert C. O'Reilly
Professor Darrell F. Kellams
The purpose of this study was to investigate the perceptions and practices of the evaluation process of school superintendents in Nebraska as viewed by them. A review of the literature provided the major impetus for this study. The data were collected through administration of a questionnaire mailed to 18 Class A superintendents and 31 randomly selected superintendents each from Classes B, C, and D. Descriptive statistics were used to report quantitative data. A one-way ANOVA and chi-square were used to report Likert scale and mutually exclusive items, respectively.
Johnson, Edwin H., "Evaluation of School Superintendents in Nebraska: Practices and Perceptions" (1988). Student Work. 3697.
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