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Distance Learning in Educational Administration Doctoral Programs: The Wave of the Future?
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Journal of School Leadership Volume 9, Number 4, ISSN 1052-6846

Abstract

A survey of 109 doctoral-granting educational-administration institutions indicated that about half use some form of distance learning (off-campus courses, interactive video, or Internet courses) and 60% are planning to do so. Faculty are concerned about workload, resource availability, program quality, technical issues, and program costs. (24 references) (MLH)

Citation

Hackmann, D.G. & Berry, J.E. (1999). Distance Learning in Educational Administration Doctoral Programs: The Wave of the Future?. Journal of School Leadership, 9(4), 349. Retrieved December 9, 2019 from .

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