The Development and Implementation of a Campus Level Information System to Assist Administrators in Planning and Decision-Making Page: 2
Todd, Frederick D., The Development and Implementation
of a Campus Level Information System to Assist Administra-
tors HI Planning and Decision-Making. Doctor of Education
(Administrative Leadership), December, 1979, 145 pp., 24
tables, bibliography, 75 titles.
The problem with which this investigation was concerned
was the development and implementation of a school-community
informational system useful to administrators in planning
and decision—making. The data gathering instruments con-
sisted of student, parent, and faculty-staff questionnaires,
achievement tests, and demographic data from official records.
These components allowed the administrative team to determine
the opinions and attitudes of each group toward each other,
themselves, the school, and the community. The achievement
test was the Iowa Test of Educational Development. The demo-
grahpic section provided data on faculty, staff, and students.
The purposes of this study were to develop a system use-
ful to administrators in planning and decision-making, imple-
menting the system, and interpreting the data in an actual
Three instruments were developed, validated and relia-
bility determined to measure the perceptions of students,
faculty—staff, and parents. The coefficients obtained for
subgroups were reliable for group measurement purposes.
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