Administrative Variables and Microcomputer Implementation: A Survey of High School Principals
Computers in the Schools Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN 0738-0569
Describes a study which polled secondary school principals to determine the factors contributing to successful implementation of computer technology in instructional programs. Results indicate a strong positive relationship between principal effectiveness scores and successful implementation. Monetary support was the only demographic factor found to be related to successful implementation. (MBR)
Beach, R.H. & Vacca, A.M. (1985). Administrative Variables and Microcomputer Implementation: A Survey of High School Principals. Computers in the Schools, 2(1), 31-46.