THE EDUCATIONAL CHALLENGES OF SCHOOL PRINCIPALS: A STUDY OF CAPUCHIN FRIARS WORKING AS SCHOOL PRINCIPALS IN ETHIOPIA.

Full Title
THE EDUCATIONAL CHALLENGES OF SCHOOL PRINCIPALS: A STUDY OF CAPUCHIN FRIARS WORKING AS SCHOOL PRINCIPALS IN ETHIOPIA.
Author
Worku Yohannes Gebre D.Min.
Abstract
Abstract
This thesis-project discovers educational leadership values, knowledge, and skills that can contribute to the increased effectiveness of Capuchin friar school principals at Capuchin Schools in Ethiopia. Furthermore, the study attempted to suggest some sound and effective methods of communicating those discovered values, knowledge, skills, and educational leadership training to Capuchin friar school principals. Though Capuchin friars school principals succeeded in some aspects of school administration, they faced several challenges due to lack of educational leadership knowledge. Therefore, in the global culture where values, knowledge, and skills are rapidly changing it’s important for friars to attain an in-depth educational leadership knowledge. Additionally, they should understand education from Christian and human values perspectives within Ethiopian context.
Degree Granting Institution
Country
United States
Degree Granted
Doctor of Ministry
Major
Educating for Witness
Type of Work
Dissertation
Advisor
Roger P Schroeder Th.D.
Language
English
Date
2019
Number of Pages
158
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