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Master of Arts (M.A.)
It is the problem of this study to determine the status of elementary school vice principals i regard to their credentials, experience, and scope of professional responsibility in curriculum, supervision, teaching load, and administrative duties.
Objectives of this investigation are as follows: (1) To discover what types of degree and credentials are actually held by elementary school vice principals.; (2) To discover the number of years of teaching experience vice principals have had before reaching their present position.; (3) To determine the number of years of experience in the position of vice principal.; (4) To determine whether most vice principals are serving in full-time administrative capacity or are teaching vice principals.; (5) To point up what responsibilities vice principals have in counseling and guidance, administration, supervision, curriculum, and other areas.
Robinson, Carleton Bryant. (1955). The status of the elementary school vice principal in selected cities of California. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1266