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Superintendent Stress and Superintendent Health: A National Study
Journal of Education and Human Development (New York)
Descriptions of the superintendency often highlight the pressure involved with being CEO of a complicated enterprise, responsible for millions of dollars, and multitudes of employees, at a time when districts are under added scrutiny. Stress has been proven repeatedly to effect worker health (Beehr & Newman, 1978; Cheng, et al., 2012; Hobson, Delunas, & Kesic, 2001). While there has been considerable research highlighting jobrelated stress in the public sector (Bacchus, 2008; Galanakis, et al.,doi:10.15640/jehd.v5n1a13 fatcat:gqavw7vmcvct5kspln6hfcixgq