Superintendents’ perspectives of a principal preparation program for leaders of predominantly Hispanic schools in South Texas

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Author: Roberts, Maria Banda; Hernandez, Rosalinda

Abstract:

This article explains two components in the review process of a university’s principal preparation program. A superintendents’ focus group session and an analysis of other universities’ program profiles revealed a need to eliminate dated courses, include certification in the degree requirements, update the program curriculum with best practice, standards-based content and skills sets needed to succeed in the predominantly Hispanic schools, and create flexible schedules to accommodate the students’ home and professional lives.

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Subjects: Workforce development; Teaching and learning; Skills and knowledge; Providers of education and training; Secondary education

Keywords: Minority group; Ethnicity; Secondary school; Principals; University

Geographic subjects: North America; United States

Published: London, England: Sage Publications, 2012

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Journal title: Journal of Hispanic higher education

Journal volume : 11

Journal number: 2

Journal date: April 2012

Pages: pp. 149-163

ISSN: 1538-1927 (print); 1552-5716 (online)

Resource type: Article

Peer reviewed: Yes

Call Number:
TD/TNC 109.459



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