RIGHT TO READ COMPETENCIES OF URBAN PRINCIPALS AS PERCEIVED BY THREE GROUPS IN READING INSTRUCTION

HILL WILSON BRINDLE, Fordham University

Abstract

This study sought to determine and compare the perceptions of principals, reading supervisors, and teachers in Right To Read Schools and in non Right To Read Schools concerning the value of Right To Read competencies prescribed for principals by the United States Office of Education in order t

Subject Area

Reading instruction

Recommended Citation

BRINDLE, HILL WILSON, "RIGHT TO READ COMPETENCIES OF URBAN PRINCIPALS AS PERCEIVED BY THREE GROUPS IN READING INSTRUCTION" (1981). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI8119761.
http://fordham.bepress.com/dissertations/AAI8119761

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