Graduates’ Voices on Principal Preparation

Rosalinda Hernandez, Maria B Roberts


This study describes one university’s results of graduates’ perceptions of principal preparation and its nature and significance related to the three domains of community, instructional and administrative leadership of a certification examination. Using frequency response rates, the results indicated that in all three domains the leadership preparation program received low satisfaction ratings in the strongly agree category and high percentages in the disagree category of satisfaction. Cross tabulation with the demographic variables indicated a weak or no relationship to the responses of the individual survey items. The findings were used as a component of the process in redesigning a university’s leadership preparation program.


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