Identifying Principals' Practices that Affect Achievement and Accreditation of Public Elementary, Middle, and High Schools in Virginia
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The perceptions of public school principals from schools of different levels of quality about the influence that desegregation, supplementary financial assistance, magnet school thematic activities, and increased educational opportunities have on the quality of education in schools Lerch, David K. (Virginia Tech, 1994-11-15)
This case study determined whether there was a difference in perceptions among principals from different quality schools about the influence desegregation, supplemental financial assistance, magnet thematic activities, ...
A Case Study in the Desegregation of George Washington High School and Langston High School in Danville, Virginia during the 1970-1971 School Year Hedrick, James E. (Virginia Tech, 2002-03-11)This paper provides a historical analysis of the desegregation of George Washington High School and Langston High School in Danville, Virginia in 1970. The author focuses on the related desegregation litigation on a national, ...
A Comparative Study of School Climate in Select Elementary Schools From One School Division in Virginia With Varied Title I and Accreditation Statuses Isbell, Angela Lake (Virginia Tech, 2014-04-08)The purpose of this study was to compare school climate in a sampling of four Title I and four Non-Title I elementary schools in one school division in Virginia with varied accreditation statuses. The Organizational Climate ...