Career Paths and Perceived Success Levels of Women Superintendents of Public Schools in the State of Texas Page: 3
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professional development. School finance was the area
perceived by women superintendents as needing to be more
extensive in their professional development. Of the women
superintendents who responded to this survey, 68.1 percent
reported that they did not perceive discrimination in
attaining the superintendency.
Of the school board members who responded to this
survey, 56.2 percent rated their women superintendents as
excellent, 2 6 percent rated women superintendents as good,
12.5 percent rated women superintendents as average, 4.1
percent rated women superintendents as below average and 1
percent rated women superintendents as poor. Most school
board members either strongly agreed or agreed with state-
ments that women superintendents are capable in areas of
school finance, school law, personnel, public relations,
bonds and building programs and leadership. Women school
board members rated women superintendents slightly higher,
on the average, than male school board members.
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Lea, Ray. Career Paths and Perceived Success Levels of Women Superintendents of Public Schools in the State of Texas, dissertation, May 1989; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332093/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .