Job Tasks Performed by Career Preparation System Administrators in One Midwestern State: Implications for Leadership Development
There is a need to prepare new leaders in Career and Technical Education due to retirements and because the job demands have changed over the years. In order to verify the curriculum for leadership development programs, a study was conducted to measure the importance and frequency of job tasks performed by Career Preparation System administrators in the state of Michigan. A mailed survey based on a previous Developing a Curriculum (DACUM) study generated a 72% response rate. The analysis illustrates the job priorities and time commitments of these leaders. Significant differences were observed in the perceptions among administrators from various types of organizations. A relationship between the frequency and importance of job tasks was also revealed. The results of the study support the need for structured leadership development programs for Career and Technical Education administrators.
VanderMolen, Julia and Zinzer, Richard
"Job Tasks Performed by Career Preparation System Administrators in One Midwestern State: Implications for Leadership Development,"
Journal of STEM Teacher Education: Vol. 46:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://ir.library.illinoisstate.edu/jste/vol46/iss1/8