Some Respects in Which the Elementary Public Schools of New York City Differ From One Another in Certain Administrative Procedures

Martha R Zimmerman, Fordham University

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine some respects in which ten elementary public schools of New York city differ from one another in certain administrative procedures. The term "administrative procedures" means the practices employed by the person in charge of the school, that is, the principal, or by his subordinates under his direction, in the running of his school. Schools employ the same administrative procedures insofar as the administration of the school is governed by directions issued by the Superintendent of Schools, by the Board of Education, and by the Board of Superintendents of New York city. To the extent to which the principal of the school, and his subordinates, under his authorization, decide upon the ·procedures to be followed in the administration of a school, there is a possibility of ··differences in procedure. Again, to the extent of the requirements. made by the district superintendent supervising the school, which requirements may originate either from himself or from his superior, the associate superintendent, schools in different districts may have different procedures.

Subject Area

Educational evaluation|Educational administration|Elementary education

Recommended Citation

Zimmerman, Martha R, "Some Respects in Which the Elementary Public Schools of New York City Differ From One Another in Certain Administrative Procedures" (1933). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29282639.
https://research.library.fordham.edu/dissertations/AAI29282639

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