Dobie and Hummel (2001) asserted that the school superintendency is the most male-dominated position within the field of education. According to a 1992 study, 72% of educators were women; however, only 13.2% of superintendents are women (Glass, 1992). The most recent survey by the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) found that progress had been made, as 24.1% of the school district CEOs were female (Kowalski, McCord, Petersen, Young, & Ellerson, 2010); however, these data continue to reflect a disparity. FULL MANUSCRIPT ATTACHED BELOW IN PDF, AND AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:

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