Date of Award
Specialist in Education
Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
Dr. Lawrence B. Schlack
Dr. Charles Warfield
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The proposed procedure for a secondary teacher to gain entry level knowledge and skills required to assume a high school principalship was to examine the scope of the duties of a high school principal and to acquire knowledge, skills and administrative experience by assisting a high school principal as he performs his daily responsibilities.
The experience focused on procedures used to close and reopen a high school, practices used in handling student discipline, office duties needed to meet student needs, practices used to monitor facility maintenance, the practices used to maintain and improve community relations.
The experience brought to light the vast scope of the principalship and the responsibilities of the office. Through active participation in the duties of the principalship entry level knowledge, skills and experience was gained that will prepare a teacher to assume the duties of a high school principal.
Mason, Wayne E., "A Proposed Procedure for a Secondary School Teacher to Gain Entry Level Knowledge and Skills to Become a High School Principal" (1987). Masters Theses. 3314.