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Article

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

More women are leading schools in the role of superintendent, but numbers are still low when compared to men. There is limited research connecting women superintendents and the promotion of other women to leadership positions. Archival data from Texas schools showed that there is no difference between districts led by women superintendents or males for percentages of women central office leaders.

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Sampson, P. M., Gresham, G., Applewhite, S., & Roberts, K. (2015). Women Superintendents: Promotion of Other Women to Central Office Administration. Advancing Women in Leadership Journal, 35, 187–192. https://doi.org/10.18738/awl.v35i0.139

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