Report 00-9: The Production and Utilization of Education Doctorates for Administrators in California's Public Schools
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionDecember 2000View Full Publication
This report responds to Assembly Bill 1279 ( Scott), legislation which directs the Commission to conduct a study on whether California is meeting its needs for persons holding a doctorate degree. The report focuses on the supply of and demand for persons holding doctorates in K-12 education. It includes the characteristics of education doctoral degree holders with regard to ethnicity, gender, and age and compares California with other states and the nation. It also identifies related policy issues that merit further examination. Working papers containing the supporting data and research instruments used for the study are included as Appendices to this report. The Commission approved this report at its meeting of December 11, 2000.
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