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Factors Affecting the Supply of and Demand for Educational Administrators
Director/PI: Karen DeAngelis with Nahoko Kawakyu O’Connor (Ph.D. student in Higher Education program)

This study uses survey data from Illinois to examine the factors that influence individuals’ transitions into educational administration. With job application and job offer information from the survey, we are able to estimate separate supply and demand models and thereby assess the separate decisions of both stakeholder groups – prospective employees and employers – in this labor market.

Related Projects: This work builds on Professor DeAngelis’ research on educator labor markets and the factors that influence educators’ career decisions.

Tags: educational leadership, educational policy, Karen DeAngelis