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Women in educational administration

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Published by Sage Publications in Newbury Park [Calif.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Women school administrators -- United States.,
    • Sexual division of labor -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      StatementCharol Shakeshaft.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB2831.62 .S53 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination220 p. ;
      Number of Pages220
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2188156M
      ISBN 100803936125, 0803935501
      LC Control Number89006337


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Women in educational administration by Charol Shakeshaft Download PDF EPUB FB2

Specifically, Shakeshaft finds that womens history in school is different from mens, and that the typical woman school administrator varies in significant respects from her male counterpart.

Barriers that have kept women out of school administration are also revealed Cited by: The status of women in educational administration is evaluated in this book, which questions the assumptions of traditional administrative theory that women must emulate male administrative practices to be effective.

Part 1 discusses the history of women in administration and the current status of women in the profession, demonstrating how women differ in historical and other sociocultural Cited by: The status and satisfaction of women in higher education administration are addressed in 29 articles.

Contents include the following: Why Don't Women Aspire to Leadership Positions in Education (Sylvia-Lee Tibbets); Training Women for Administration (Rae Andre and Mary I. Edwards); Kindergarten: The Training Ground for Women in Administration (Mary Ellen Verheyden-Hilliard); Performance of.

This book opens up this field of study, taking the example of women in education as its focus. It examines the work, attitudes, actions and philosophies of women who played a part in policy-making and administration in education in England over two centuries, looking at women engaged at every level from the local school to the state.

women in educational leadership. This paper will attempt to examine the historical perspectives and the conceptual frameworks of women in administration, the various barriers women face in the advancement up the educational administrative ladder, and ways to help eliminate the barriers.

other women writers who have great concerns in studying the phenomena of women in administration. Her book, published inWomen in Educational Administration received many compliments. It is a book which tries to reanalyse and reconceptualise the problem of women in educational administration, one which has been mostly studied by White males.

The role of women in policy-making has been largely neglected in conventional social and political histories. This book opens up this field of study, taking the example of women in education as its focus. It examines the work, attitudes, actions and philosophies of women who played a part in policy-making and administration in education in England over two centuries, looking at women.

Abstract. Womens place in educational administration today grows out of a history of beliefs, events, and expectations about womens right and ability to lead in schools and society. Although today women represent about 30 percent of public school administrators in the United States, and contentious debate about whether women should be Cited by: ISBN Quantity: Summary.

"This book is a remarkable and much needed volume that documents and celebrates women's experiences in educational leadership.

The volume is much more than a collection of women's voices: it is a wonderful chorus. The voices are consistently clear, caring, illuminating, and feminist. proportionate representation in administration in education at all levels.

Sadly, while they proliferate the teaching force, women and minorities in higher education and in PK school districts remain marginally represented in top-level positions, where most of the authority and the best salaries reside. The research area of women in administration, management and leadership is receiving increasing attention.

This review focuses on research published since The dominant approach has explained womens underrepresentation in administration in terms of socialization to sex role stereotypes.

In the past decade, other theories have been Cited by:   See also, Advising Administration Issues for Women in Higher Education Administration Authored by: Alice G.

Reinarz Unlike our grandmothers, most women currently in administrative roles were reared with a social message that 'you can do anything you want.