Education Specialist (EdS)
Semester of Degree Completion
The purpose of this study was to examine the policy implementation process, and its implication for planned organizational change. A review of the literature reveals that school districts must utilize intensive recruitment campaigns to increase the hiring of minorities. The Superintendent Questionnaire was sent to the thirty-five Large Unit District Association (LUDA) throughout Illinois. Descriptive statistics, in the form of frequencies and percentages, were used to analyze responses to the questionnaire. The results and conclusions of this study gave rise to recommendations to superintendents, school boards and those with authority to hire should make a good faith effort in hiring minorities. The policy addresses decreasing the disparity that exists in the student teacher ratio for minorities.
Kent, Charles T. Jr., "Affirmative Action Policy and Procedures for Illinois Schools" (1990). Masters Theses. 2270.