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Staff Perceptions of African-American Male Principals   Ricardo Anderson

Staff Perceptions of African-American Male Principals

200 страниц. 2015 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
This quantitative survey research examined staff perceptions of African-American male principals in a K-12 urban public school district. Many cultural scholars believe that race matters in staff perceptions of their principal (Banks, 1991; Ladson-Billings &Tate, 1995; Lomotey, 1989). Frequently, African-American principals who lead a diverse group of staff members’ in a large, K-12 urban public school district find their authority challenged and are view as “insignificant” leaders (Sizemore, 1986). Chemers’s model (1995) on integrative leadership outlines three leadership categories (image, relational dimensions, and leadership) that are necessary for a person to lead an ethnically diverse workforce. The theoretical framework for this research study is a conceptual model of the Leader-Member Exchange Theory (LMX) by (Graen & Uhl-Bien, 1995). This theory explains interactions and relationships between the leaders and followers. The purpose of this study was to investigate staff...
 
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