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. 9, No. 2, May

Absenteeism and Academic Performance in an Introduction to Business Course
ABSTRACT The relationship between absenteeism and academic performance was investigated among 172 students enrolled in an Introduction to Business course. The students who were absent from class on the random days attendance was taken performed...
Academic Chairperson Evaluation Instrument: A Potential Design
ABSTRACT The professional literature seems to contain a deluge of descriptions of the ever-increasing complex academic chairperson functions, but there was substantially less information about chairperson evaluation procedures. Consistency in evaluation...
An Examination of the Effect of a Code of Conduct on Business Students' Perspectives regarding Academic Fraud
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to examine the ethics education program of a military academy for potential enhancement of accounting ethics programs. The military academy emphasizes the core values of its honor code that are similar to the...
An Examination of the Gap between Supervisory Job Expectations and Student Perceptions of Those Expectations Using the Kano Model of Customer Satisfaction
ABSTRACT A principle complaint of today's supervisors is that graduating seniors do not understand job expectations. This study examines the validity of this argument using the Kano Model of customer satisfaction to clarify and quantify the gap...
Encouraging Faculty Development by Quantifying Faculty Performance
ABSTRACT This paper will summarize how a quantifiable faculty annual performance rating system has been used to assess faculty performance and development, assist faculty in planning, ensure faculty currency, and provide a consistent database for...
Factors That Promote and Impede Faculty Willingness to Develop and Deliver Internet-Based (Online) Courses: An Adoption Model
ABSTRACT Recent statistics reveal that the number of online courses and degree programs offered by many institutions has significantly increased over the last few years. Despite this growth, factors affecting faculty adoption and satisfaction with...
Internet Usage in the Academic Environment: The Technology Acceptance Model Perspective
ABSTRACT This study examined the impacts of perceived ease of use (PEOU), perceived usefulness (PU), and perceived Internet content (PIC) on students' usage of the Internet. Additionally, it investigated the impacts of these variables on usage of...
The MBA: Does It Do the Job?
ABSTRACT Controversy exists within the business community concerning whether a business school education is congruent with the needs of business. This quantitative study answered the question--do business professionals in the Columbus, Ohio area...
University and School Mission Statement Revision: A Structured Process
ABSTRACT A process designed to improve an organization's mission statement in terms of both completeness and quality is presented. Further, the results of process application at both university and business school levels are described. The process...

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