The study seeks to determine school constituents’ ratings of the leadership dimensions of high-performing principals based on the regional location of schools. The application, Principal Component Analysis (PCA), generated four dimensions or factors based eight categories of performance: Personal Philosophies and Abilities, Leadership and Management, Student Support Systems, and School-Community Support and Relationship. The one way ANOVA between groups test showed that there were differences between the six regions on all four dimensions but they were very weak, thus suggesting a tendency towards similarities in the ratings of four performance areas of related to high-performing principals on a regional basis
Hutton, Disraeli M.
"School Constituents’ Ratings of the Leadership Dimensions of High-Performing Principals Based on School Regions,"
Journal of Organizational & Educational Leadership: Vol. 4
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/joel/vol4/iss3/2