publication . Article . 2015

Effect of Principal and Student Gender on New York City High School Performance Outcomes

Rupert Green;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2015 Journal: SAGE Open, volume 5, page 215,824,401,559,170 (issn: 2158-2440, eissn: 2158-2440, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
A mixed-methods study enabled the exploration of New York City high school data, analyzing performance/demographic scores based on principal and/or student gender, boroughs, and other factors found the following: Significant differences in boroughs’ college and career readiness scores, χ 2 (4, N = 369) = 26.830, p = .00, with (a) the highest mean rank of 251 for Staten Island, and the lowest mean rank of 156 for Brooklyn; (b) larger socioeconomically integrated schools more successful; (c) failure in small Manhattan and Bronx segregated/poverty female-majority schools; and (d) male students, F (4, 359) = 2.49, p = .043, partial η 2 = .027, attained significantly...
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free text keywords: Vocational education, Demography, Psychology, Leadership effectiveness, Poverty, Feminism, Pedagogy, Androcentrism, School performance, lcsh:History of scholarship and learning. The humanities, lcsh:AZ20-999, lcsh:Social Sciences, lcsh:H
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