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Factors influencing urban special education teachers' commitment, job satisfaction, and career plans
(Virginia Tech, 1992-12-05)
High teacher attrition rates coupled with critical personnel shortages in special education have augmented the need for research in teacher attrition/retention. Retaining quality personnel in special education teaching is ...
The effects of principal support on general and special educators' stress, job satisfaction, health, school commitment, and intent to stay in teaching
(Virginia Tech, 1992-02-05)
Principal support enhances the work-place environment and encourages teachers to do their best. Little is known, however, about the support behaviors of principals that teachers perceive to be important. Previous studies ...
A context for growth: the lived experience of an emergent teacher educator
(Virginia Tech, 1992)
Occupational stress: a study of stress levels as perceived by selected employees related to situational and dispositional stress
(Virginia Tech, 1992-04-05)
Evidence from studies related to the workplace (Ziemenski, 1981 and Knautz, 1982) suggest that occupational stress is a causal factor in job-related illnesses such as coronary heart disease, psychoneurotic and personalit ...