Deals with women at the level of educational administrators and outlines interviews with 17 women, both black and white, pointing up aspects of colour, sexism, prejudice, discrimination, female stereotyping and male chauvinism, and incidentally exposing the degradation common to a large number of schools in the US. Highlights the responsibility of women administrators for the welfare of their students as opposed to that of incompetent teachers and assails the hitherto impregnable bastions of the traditional male leader.
Wade Everett, L., Vaughn, C.A. and Aagaard, L. (1992), "WOMAN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATOR: NO LONGER A CONTRADICTION IN TERMS", Women in Management Review, Vol. 7 No. 2. https://doi.org/10.1108/09649429210010913Download as .RIS
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