The impact of instructional program delivery on Texas principal certification test results 
Understanding the relationship between the success of students in a university principle program and the relationship between the type of instructional delivery model and the student scores on state mandated TExES principle exam was the main focus of this research. The purpose for this study was twofold. First, identifying the preferred instructional delivery models, as defined through the Texas Education Agency (TEA), and requesting confirmation from each university as to which program delivery model was instituted was needed. the second purpose was to identify any statistically significant difference between program delivery (face-to-face ]F2F], Principal Test, an examination required for Texas Principal Certification.
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