Academy of Educational Leadership Journal

Published semiannually by Allied Academies, the Academy of Educational Leadership Journals is a peer-reviewed journal with articles focusing on education and educational leadership.

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 1, January

Causes and Consequences of Student Satisfaction in Higher Education
INTRODUCTION With the higher level and intensity of competition today, the concept of customer satisfaction is becoming increasingly more important to managers, especially in the service industries. Both research and company experience support the...
Dealing with Violations of the Assumptions of Classical Regression: The Educator and Multicollinearity
INTRODUCTION Classical regression requires that a number of assumptions hold if the output such a methodology generates is to provide information upon which one can make decisions. The violation of these assumptions can severely limit this methodology's...
Delivering the MBA Via the Internet: Where Do We Begin?
INTRODUCTION Distance learning is quickly becoming a priority in educational budgets. In 1990, the total number of accredited colleges and universities offering one or more courses through distance learning was less than three percent of approximately...
Reducing Waiting Times at the Cumberland County Department of Social Services
INTRODUCTION In this age of cost cutting, it has become an all too common occurrence for people to wait in long lines for service in most public agencies. As these situations become more common place, the search for solutions to these long lines...
Reengineering the College Classroom
A NEED TO TRANSFORM BUSINESS EDUCATION Transforming the curriculum in colleges of business is rather widely discussed in contemporary literature. The impetus to craft the MBA offerings, change courses that were offered, to modify the number of courses...
Start-Up and Subsequent Triggers to Inclusive Preschool Programs and Their Impacts on Performance
INTRODUCTION Research on including preschool children with and without disabilities in the same educational setting has an empirical history spanning two decades (Allen, Benning, & Drummond, 1972; Bricker & Bricker, 1971; Peck, Hayden, Wandschneider,...