Mentoring programs have become a popular source of training and professional development for high school principals over the past few years (Darish, 2001). However, there is little research which investigates the types of mentoring support these programs provide and the effectiveness of this support (SREB, 2007). This mixed methods study was undertaken to determine the frequency of mentoring support that high school and assistant principals in Montana's AA, A and B schools experienced during their beginning years as building administrations. In addition, this study also investigated principals' perceptions of the main sources of mentoring support and to describe the support strategies that principals used in the absence of mentoring.Leadership Administration and Leadership Skills Survey which assessed the principalsa#39; perceptions of their mentoring support across 10 leadership skill domains that are aligned with the ISLLC standards. Principalsa#39; perceptions of theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||Principals' Perceptions of Mentoring in Montana's AA, A and B High Schools|
|Author||:||Godfrey Eugene Saunders|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|