The politics of education decision-making: a case study of the emergence of black principals in the New York City public schools
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Teaching and Leadership
Dr. Harry Randles
decentralization, community control, Bundy report
Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration | Urban Education
This study describes the roles, stategies and interactions of those at the local level who attempted to influence the recruitment, selection, appointment and promotion of Black principals in the City schools.
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Boone, Rudolph Frederick, "The politics of education decision-making: a case study of the emergence of black principals in the New York City public schools" (1977). Teaching and Leadership - Dissertations. Paper 223.