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Date of Award

1993

Document Type

Dissertation - Pacific Access Restricted

Degree Name

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Department

Graduate Studies

First Advisor

Dennis C. Brennan

First Committee Member

William Webster

Second Committee Member

David Baral

Third Committee Member

Deann Christianson

Fourth Committee Member

Robert MacMillan

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine multi-track Year-Round Education (YRE) elementary school principals' perceptions of the effects of YRE on their instructional leadership activities.

A review of the related literature revealed that principals perceived that multi-track YRE has increased their management activities. A questionnaire was developed and sent to a selected sample of 105 principals who served at multi-track (60-20 calendar) YRE elementary schools with grade level configurations of K-5 and K-6. In addition. the principals selected for this study had prior experience as principal s of traditional calendar schools and were assigned full-time administrative assistance (e.g., vice-principal. assistant principal, or equivalent). Ten of 64 principals who returned completed questionnaires were interviewed.

Pages

167

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