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Transformational Leadership, Student Achievement, and School District Financial and Demographic Factors

This paper explores whether or not there is a statistically significant relationship between superintendent leadership styles and selected financial and demographic factors in Texas school districts. Specifically, it examines the relationship between superintendent leadership styles and (a) student achievement as evidenced by district ratings, and (b) selected school district financial and demographic factors. It also asks whether pupil-teacher ratios, instructional expenditures, and socioeconomic status are consistently and significantly related to student achievement.

  • Contributor: Wooderson-Perzan, Melinda, Lunenburg, Fred C.
  • Date Published: 08-08
  • Year: 2001

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