4 edition of Women & minorities in school administration found in the catalog.
Women & minorities in school administration
Effie H. Jones
|Other titles||Women and minorities in school administration.|
|Statement||Effie H. Jones, Xenia P. Montenegro (Office of Minority Affairs, American Association of School Administrators).|
|Contributions||Montenegro, Xenia P., American Association of School Administrators. Office of Minority Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||LB2831.82 .J66 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||88071817|
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The largest school districts differ from school districts in general in terms of their average school size, median pupil/teacher ratio, and minority enrollment (Sable and Hoffman ). During the school year, approximately 48 million students were enrolled in U.S. public schools wit regular public school districts 12 (U.S Missing: Women & minorities. Women and minorities remain concentrated in lower-echelon jobs. Much attention has focused recently on that issue and on ways to ensure that equal opportunity reaches the higher grades in the public service;(1) yet, there is considerable variation across federal agencies in the overall percentage of jobs held by women and minorities and the.
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Women and minorities in school administration Responsibility: Effie H. Jones, Xenia P. Montenegro (Office of Minority Affairs, American Association of School Administrators). Get this from a library. Women and minorities in school administration.
[Effie H Jones; Xenia P Montenegro; American Association of School Administrators. Office of Minority Affairs.]. This booklet presents findings of the fifth survey conducted by the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), which tracked the representation of women and racial minorities in school administration.
Data were derived from a survey Women & minorities in school administration book to chief state school officers Cited by: Literature on the role of women and minorities in school administration indicates that they both suffer from role stereotypes, although the stereotypes are somewhat different.
Current literature on minority groups is limited almost entirely to discussion of blacks; the status of other racial minorities. Get this from a library. Women and racial minority representation in school administration. [Xenia P Montenegro; American Association of School Administrators.].
Racial-Ethnic Minorities and Women in School Administration: A Selected Bibliography. American Association of School Administrators, Arlington, VA. Office of Minority Affairs. The minority administrator: Blacks and women in public sector management (Public administration series--bibliography) [Rowe, Brenda J.
Davis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The minority administrator: Blacks and women in public sector management (Public administration series--bibliography)Author: Brenda J. Davis Rowe. The trends which are evident in the representation of women and minorities in school administration, and the barriers which these groups face in obtaining administrative positions are the subjects of this report.
Following an introductory section, section II discusses trends in the representation of women and minorities in school : Effie H.
Jones, Xenia P. Montenegro. White females and members of minority groups have historically been underrepresented in educational administration. This paper describes findings of a study that produced a demographic profile of school leaders in central Missouri.
A survey of school districts in central Missouri elicited a response rate of percent. Findings indicate that in large districts, 65 percent of elementary Cited by: 1.
The representation of women and members of racial and ethnic minorities among the United States' public school administrators increased between the years andaccording to a survey conducted by the American Association of School Administrators' Office of Minority by: Women and Minority Faculty in the Academic Workplace [Aguirre Jr., Adalberto, Aguirre, Jr., Adalberto] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Women and Minority Faculty in. - Jong-on Hahm, Center for Women's Leadership at George Washington University, US 'Rarely do you find such a well-rounded collection of thoughts on the topic of women and minorities in engineering.
This book is not only full of invaluable research, it's culturally insightful as : $ A clinical research career may pose special challenges for women and minorities. This chapter focuses on the status of women and minorities in academic research careers, from students to faculty.
Some programs that provide support and guidance to advance women and minorities Author: Jong-on Hahm, Alexander Ommaya. Racial-ethnic minorities and women in school administration: a selected bibliography Author: Effie H Jones ; Xenia P Montenegro ; American Association of School Administrators.
Shakeshaft, a leading authority on women in school administration, is one of several researchers who criticized the federal government's failure to collect data on the : Blake Rodman.
Get this from a library. Career patterns in education: women, men, and minorities in public school administration. [Flora Ida Ortiz]. Minority administrators often use methods that connect well with students in minority-majority schools and enable students to creatively resolve issues (Carr, ; Reitzug & Patterson, ).
For example, at one high school, a principal of American Indian background was preparing for the annual school field trip for freshmen.
This book should be required reading for every manager, supervisor, CEO, and business owners in the work environment in the world. They need to understand why women and minorities and others are pushed back, not promoted, ignored, the destructiveness of our society, and retaining good workers, not just the "white boys club."/5.
Token minorities don't count. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. The History of Women in Education Christine A.
Woyshner, Bonnie Hao Kuo Tai The nineteenth century saw major advances in educational opportunities for women and girls, from the common school movement in the early part of the century to multiple opportunities.
Groups of accomplished women physicists or minority physicists are invited at the behest of physics department chairs to assess the climate for women or minorities in their departments. The site visit team surveys students and faculty before the visit and meets with students, faculty, and administrators .Students of color face racial microaggressions in schools as well, such as being criticized by teachers and administrators for wearing their hair in styles that reflect their cultural heritage.
Both black students and Native American students have been reprimanded in schools for wearing their hair in its natural state or in braided : Nadra Kareem Nittle.in about 1, U.S.
K–12 public schools in the to school years. FMF and organizations participating in the National Council of Wom-en’s Organizations and the National Coalition for Women and Girls in Women as Leaders in Education 4Purposeful sex segregation means that males and females are separated or excluded by aFile Size: KB.