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Degree Name

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)



First Advisor

Roger Runion

First Committee Member

Robert Cox

Second Committee Member

Glen R. Albaugh

Third Committee Member

T. Cy Coleman

Fourth Committee Member

Roger W. Chapman


The purpose of this study was to determine if differences existed between the perceptions of secondary school teachers and the perceptions of principals regarding the appropriateness of selected inservice education practices in the amelioration of specific instructional difficulties. Ancillary purposes of the investiga·tion were to determine if perceptual differences existed among teachers when they were grouped by experience, sex, and teaching assignment.



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