It has been suggested in the literature that the sex of an educational administrator may affect decision‐making. In this study two hundred and ninety‐two respondents in forty‐one New South Wales secondary schools completed the Decision Point Analysis instrument on two independent occasions, three years apart. The results did not justify affirmation of the hypothesis that schools with only male administrators would have higher agreement in perception of decision points than would schools with both male and female administrators.
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