Computer Technology for Executive Decision-Making in Urban Public Education Divisions in Virginia

Richard Kenneth Byrd
The purpose of this study was twofold. First, the study determines if Virginia urban public school executive leadership used automated informational systems to support policy, goal setting, and decision making typical of its job requirements. Secondly, the study describes the planning techniques specific to automated system development used by the school division where such automated executive support occurs. The personal interview method was selected because it helps to insure 100 percent of the desired sample...
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