Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 3, March

Administrative Stress: Implications for Secondary School Principals
The school system is a green pasture for inexhaustible investigations for the purpose of enhancing academic achievement. The reason is that factors and variables within the confines of educational activities appear also to be inexhaustible. One such...
A Probability Plan of Action
An often difficult topic for students who take a course in Introductory Business Statistics is the chapter on Probability, but, more specifically, the Addition Laws of Probability and the concepts of Independence versus Dependence. These concepts are...
Student Evaluations of Teaching Effectiveness and the Leniency Hypothesis: A Literature Review
This review presents an overview of selected articles on the leniency hypothesis: the idea that students give higher evaluations to instructors who grade more leniently. Such articles comprise a small subset of the voluminous research on student evaluations...
The Effects of Leadership Styles on Organizational Health
This article examines the effects of the leadership style of the principal, "transformational leadership and transactional leadership", along with teachers' job satisfaction on schools' organizational health. Specifically speaking, it investigates to...