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by Richard C. McLendon

eBook A Comparative Study of Educational Leadership Characteristics and Attitudes of American and Russian Secondary School Administrators in Moultrie, Georgia, U.S.A. and Novokuznetsk, Kemerovo, Russia epub
  • ISBN: 1581123094
  • Author: Richard C. McLendon
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dissertation.Com. (April 19, 2006)
  • Pages: 220 pages
  • ePUB size: 1691 kb
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Union, but American and Russian comparative educational leadership studies are not to be found.

There have been several studies of business management ideology since the breakup of the Soviet Union, but American and Russian comparative educational leadership studies are not to be found. The survey instrument, based on Hofstede’s Values Survey Module 1994, was distributed among secondary school administrators and faculty at Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Georgia and their professional counterparts at Secondary Comprehensive School No. 56 in Novokuznetsk, Russia.

Secondary School Administrators in Moultrie, Georgia, .

A Comparative Study of Educational Leadership Characteristics and Attitudes of American and Russian Secondary School Administrators in Moultrie, Georgia, . and Novokuznetsk, Kemerovo, Russia. Since 1991, the Russian Federation has dealt with extreme political, economic, and social change. On the national level and at the local level, opponents of democratic reforms have retained their control of many important offices.

The survey instrument, based on Hofstede's Values Survey Module 1994, was distributed among secondary school administrators and faculty at Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Georgia and their professional counterparts at Secondary Comprehensive School No. The collected data may help in understanding organizational dynamics in general and allow for the judgment of cultural.

Estonian, North American, and 2 Russian populations. It transpires that 40-50% of school students reject the very notion of "popular" as inequality-inducing.

Three clearly distinguishable types of ns with family (familism), peers (companionship), and society (patriotism)-were found in a cross-cultural sample including Estonian, North American, and 2 Russian populations.

School Education Russian and American systems of higher education have many differences in educational process organization and in the form of submissions.

The difference between Russian and American schools lies in the structure and the approach to the study process. Russia: school is conventionally divided into primary, secondary and senior, and all stages can be attended in the same educational institution. Russian and American systems of higher education have many differences in educational process organization and in the form of submissions. In Russia it is possible to study at the university for free, if you pass through the competition, and in the US the education is paid.

Author: Richard McLendon. Title: A Comparative Study of Educational Leadership Characteristics and Attitudes of American and Russian Secondary School Administrators in Moultrie, Georg. There have been several studies of business management ideology since the breakup of the Soviet Union, but American and Russian comparative educational leadership studies are not to be found.

Educational leadership is the process of enlisting and guiding the talents and energies of teachers, pupils, and parents toward achieving common educational aims. This term is often used synonymously with School leadership in the United States and has supplanted educational management in the United Kingdom. Several universities in the United States offer graduate degrees in educational leadership.

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Home Browse Books Book details, From School to Work: A Comparative Study o.From School to Work: A Comparative Study of Educational Qualifications and Occupational Destinations. A team of some of the world's leading scholars in the field examine the ways in which educational qualifications affect the occupational outcomes of men and women in thirteen countries. The book features chapters on each of these countries, together with a lead chapter which integrates them, and analyses them comparatively.

International Handbook of Educational Leadership and Administration. Secondary School Examinations: International Perspectives on Policies and Practice (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993). International Handbook of Teachers and Teaching. Boston,: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998. Harold J. Noah and Max A. Eckstein.

1,Russian and American Systems of Higher Education are similar in their . As for the number of subjects studied during one term, in Russia there are no less than nine and in America there are only four or five

1,Russian and American Systems of Higher Education are similar in their pursuit of knowledge as a goal but are quite different in their organization an. Firstly, to enter an institution of higher education in Russia an applicant should write an application and pass entrance examinations. Sometimes there is the so-called contest of school-living certificates’ at universities. As for the number of subjects studied during one term, in Russia there are no less than nine and in America there are only four or five. Besides, in contrast to Russian Universities, American ones lack national administration, each of the fifty states controls and directs its own schools.

Since 1991, the Russian Federation has dealt with extreme political, economic, and social change. On the national level and at the local level, opponents of democratic reforms have retained their control of many important offices. This has resulted in contradictions and confusion in regards to national and local laws and policies, and has had little impact on local educational policies and practices. Added to this general crisis of Russian education reform is the inability of so-called Western education experts to comprehend the complexities and cultural differences of Russia and its education system when compared to the west. There have been several studies of business management ideology since the breakup of the Soviet Union, but American and Russian comparative educational leadership studies are not to be found. Inquiry has produced no empirical studies in Russia, and only two American empirical studies that have direct bearing on this research. Also, studies by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, and the World Bank have looked at the total educational system with little or no specific study of educational administration.

The purpose of this descriptive study is to obtain an impression of how secondary school educators in the Russian Federation and the United States perceive their job responsibilities and organizational structure. This research study is of interest in terms of realizing the similarities and dissimilarities of Russian and American educational leadership. The survey instrument, based on Hofstede's Values Survey Module 1994, was distributed among secondary school administrators and faculty at Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Georgia and their professional counterparts at Secondary Comprehensive School No. 56 in Novokuznetsk, Russia. The collected data may help in understanding organizational dynamics in general and allow for the judgment of cultural contexts on Russian and American educational leadership. This research study makes broad use of materials drawn from Russian and Western publications, government documentations, and other scholarly analyses.

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