November 17, 2019

Crisis management training needs: Perception of Virginia principals.

From abstract: "Recent, well-publicized acts of school violence have once again heightened awareness of school safety issues throughout the United States. For school administrators who have experienced these events, the resulting crisis is one for which many of them have not been adequately trained. The training they have received has not been based on an assessment of their needs. The purposes of this study were two-fold: (1) To determine principals' perceptions of their professional development needs in the area of crisis management, and (2) To determine if there were differences in perceptions of principals concerning crisis management training relative to differences in principals' gender, years of experience, level of the school, school classification, school size, and geographical location of the school."
Creator
Gregory Allen Wheeler
Source
University of Virginia
Date
2002
Type
Dissertation
Advisor
Jim Esposito
Department
Curry School of Education
Date Added November 5, 2016
Date Modifed October 17, 2017
Collection UVA scholarship on sexual violence, 1974-

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