10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUPERINTENDENCIES»
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How Foreign Participation and Market Concentration Impact ...
Spread Interest income received on loans (over total loans) minus interest
expenses paid on deposits (over total deposits) Bank superintendencies 0.025
0.016 Liquid assets (over total assets) Cash and deposits with other banks (
Ashoka Mody, Maria Soledad Martinez Peria, 2004
Foreign Direct Investment and the World Economy
... deposits) Bank superintendencies 0.025 0.016 Liquid assets (over total assets)
Cash and deposits with other banks (including the central bank) Bank
superintendencies 0.108 0.077 Non-performing loans (over total loans) Loans
Report on the administration of the Salt department
Statement of Salt sold for consumption in the Superintendencies of Salt
Chowkeys under the Controller of Government Salt Chowkeys and in the
Hidgellee and Tumlook Chowkey Superintendencies, for the year 1853-54, as
compared with ...
The Dark Side of Educational Leadership: Superintendents and ...
... I—20 years 48 IO 2I—30 years I58 32 30+ years 282 57 Total Years of
Experience as a Superintendent I—5 years 222 45 6—I0 years I28 26 I I—I5
years 63 I3 I6+ years 83 I7 Number of Superintendencies I (first-time
superintendent) 293 59 ...
Walter S. Polka, Peter R. Litchka, 2008
The Great Father: The United States Government and the ...
The House concurred in the abolition of all superintendencies, of which there
were eight at the time.20 This attack on the superintendencies as unnecessary
was not a new thing. Congress in 1870 had authorized the president "to
Francis Paul Prucha, 1995
Sacred Dreams: Women and the Superintendency
As women won increasing numbers of county superintendencies, several state
superintendencies, and a few city executive positions, women's rights activists
lauded these victories as harbingers of women's eventual equal rights.
The Study of the American Superintendency, 2000: A Look at ...
Number Of Superintendencies The superintendency often is perceived as a
position with rapid turnover and mobility. This is not the case, however, since
most superintendents indicate they have spent over half of their superintendency
Thomas E. Glass, Lars Bjork, Cryss C. Brunner, 2001
The Handbook of Research on Educational Leadership for ...
Women superintendents were displaced by men. Numerous states consolidated
their intermediate or county superintendencies into larger regional positions with
higher salaries. Women county superintendents all but disappeared (Blount, ...
Linda C. Tillman, James Joseph Scheurich, 2013
The Jossey-Bass Reader on Educational Leadership
... found that African Americans held 1 percent of the superintendencies and 6.5
percent of the assistant superintendencies; Hispanics held 1.4 percent of the
superintendencies and 1.8 percent of the assistant superintendencies; American
Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2012
The Effects of Race and Gender on the Superintendency: ...
This increase in female superintendents during the suffrage period was
significant; Woody (1929) stated that in 1896, “Women held 228 county
superintendencies, two state superintendencies, and twelve city
superintendencies” (p. 517).
Willie Yvonne Johnson, 2006
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SUPERINTENDENCIES»
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Superintendent openings harder to fill as job demands more
“The pool has dwindled significantly.” Of the nearly 300 superintendencies in Massachusetts, 50 positions were open in the last several months, according to ... «WBUR, May 14»
What's Next for Jean-Claude Brizard?
The outgoing CPS CEO once described the negative effect of “revolving door superintendencies” on school districts. The average, Brizard said, was 18 months. «Chicagomag.com, Oct 12»