PRINCIPALS' JOB SATISFACTION, SELF-CONCEPT AND BACKGROUND VARIABLES RELATING TO ESL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN N. Y. C. SECONDARY SCHOOLS

VANESSA VILLAFANE-GREGORY, Fordham University

Abstract

The major purpose of this study was to determine the relationships between principals' job satisfaction as measured by their responses on Weiss, England, and Lofquist's Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ long form), principals' self-concept, as measured by their responses on Fitts's The

Subject Area

Educational administration

Recommended Citation

VILLAFANE-GREGORY, VANESSA, "PRINCIPALS' JOB SATISFACTION, SELF-CONCEPT AND BACKGROUND VARIABLES RELATING TO ESL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN N. Y. C. SECONDARY SCHOOLS" (1981). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI8109074.
https://fordham.bepress.com/dissertations/AAI8109074

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