Measuring Perceived School Board Effectiveness in Tennessee: The Latest Survey Results

@inproceedings{French2008MeasuringPS,
  title={Measuring Perceived School Board Effectiveness in Tennessee: The Latest Survey Results},
  author={P. Edward French and Gary L. Peevely and Rodney E. Stanley},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Local school board effectiveness is an overlooked social phenomenon in educational leadership, according to much of the academic literature. The lack of effectiveness often found in these governing institutions may be one reason why school achievement is stagnant in Tennessee. As school boards are responsible for the direct operations of local school districts. The purpose of this study is to uncover the amount of perceived effectiveness that local school boards in Tennessee possess… CONTINUE READING

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