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How Teachers Perceive their Job Satisfaction is influenced by their principals' Behaviors and Attitudes Related to Race and Gender

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How Teachers Perceive their Job Satisfaction is influenced by their principals' Behaviors and Attitudes Related to Race and Gender

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School Education

Description

This is a dissertation about the study of how a principal can perceive a teacher's job satisfaction because of the relation to their race and color. This talks about many subjects on this matter which includes race and gender, justice, work climate, etc. It talks about the method of the problem and what was the purpose of the study.

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Deneca Winfrey

Publisher

UMI Microform

Date

2009

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Deneca Winfrey, "How Teachers Perceive their Job Satisfaction is influenced by their principals' Behaviors and Attitudes Related to Race and Gender," in eBlack Champaign-Urbana, Item #435, http://eblackcu.net/portal/items/show/435 (accessed January 27, 2022).

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