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Dr. Robert Branch, PhD Dissertation, Dr. William Allan Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair

Dr. Robert Branch, PhD Dissertation, Dr. William Allan Kritsonis, Dissertation Chair

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Published by: William Allan Kritsonis on Dec 02, 2010
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 THE IMPACT OF RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION OF HISPANICTEACHERS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF HISPANICSTUDENTS IN SELECTED TEXAS SCHOOLS A DissertationbyROBERT MARCEL BRANCHSubmitted to the Graduate SchoolPrairie View A&M Universityin partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY March 2009Major Subject: Educational Leadership
 
 
 ABSTRACTThe Impact of Recruitment and Retention of Hispanic Teachers on the Academic Performance of Hispanic Students in Selected Texas Schools.
(MARCH 2009)
Robert Marcel Branch; B.A. Louisiana State University;M.A., M.Ed. - Prairie View A&M UniversityDissertation Chair: William A. Kritsonis, Ph.D.
 The purpose of this study was twofold: To identify methodsto assist with the recruitment and retention of Hispanic teachers inselected schools in Texas; and, to assess whether the presence of Hispanic teachers is related to Hispanic student performance. Amixed methods design involving quantitative and qualitativemeasurements was utilized.Quantitatively, data from the Texas Education Agency (TEA)on selected schools were consolidated and analyzed for possiblerelationships between Hispanic teachers and Hispanic studentperformance. Qualitatively, Hispanic teachers and districtadministrators were surveyed and interviewed to examine factorsassociated with the effective recruitment and retention initiativesfor Hispanic teachers in the sample. The quantitative portion of the study showed that theaverage annual percentage for Hispanic teachers ranged from 6.5%
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