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Collective Teacher Efficacy in the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services

Kale Riley, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Abstract

Corrections education is an under-researched area of Adult Basic Education. In Nebraska, the Department of Correctional Services functions as a school district where Adult Basic Education is the assigned curriculum. This study compares the collective efficacy of Adult Basic Education teachers who work for the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services to the collective efficacy of Adult Basic Education teachers who do not work for the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services. Data shows there is a difference between the collective efficacy of these two groups. The collective teacher efficacy of Adult Basic Education teachers working for the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services is lower than the collective efficacy of Adult Basic Education teachers not working for the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services.^

Subject Area

Adult education|Criminology

Recommended Citation

Riley, Kale, "Collective Teacher Efficacy in the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services" (2016). ETD collection for University of Nebraska - Lincoln. AAI10245979.
http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/dissertations/AAI10245979

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