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Fenning, Pamela; Jenkins, Kisha – NASSP Bulletin, 2018
School discipline and school safety are primary areas of concern for school administrators. This article summarizes the research literature regarding suspension in response to nonviolent and subjective offenses for racial/ethnic minorities. Steps that administrators can follow in applying a root cause analysis with a focus on school practices are…
Descriptors: Racial Differences, Racial Bias, Discipline, Suspension
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Gordon, Stephen P.; Taylor-Backor, Karen; Croteau, Susan – NASSP Bulletin, 2017
We reviewed the scholarship on capacities for educational leadership for the past decade of the pre-reform era (1976-1985), as well as a recent decade of the reform era (2005-2015), and compared scholarship from both decades with the current Professional Standards for Educational Leaders. We found that scholars in the past decade of the pre-reform…
Descriptors: National Standards, Leadership Qualities, Instructional Leadership, Educational History
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Whitford, Denise K.; Addis, Aaron K. – NASSP Bulletin, 2017
The Every Student Succeeds Act encourages home, school, and community partnerships as a method for improving academic achievement. Districts who seek federal funding must provide outreach to all caregivers within the district, making meaningful efforts to attract those with the greatest barriers to engagement. This review provides a thematic…
Descriptors: Federal Legislation, Educational Legislation, Academic Achievement, Student Behavior
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Owings, William; Kaplan, Leslie S.; Myran, Steve; Doyle, Patrick – NASSP Bulletin, 2017
American high school graduates' readiness for higher education or employment in the global economy may depend on the state where they live. Since the 10th Amendment to the United States Constitution makes education a state function, the 50 states and the District of Columbia vary significantly in their policies and practices for (a) preschool…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, State Policy, Educational Practices, Outcomes of Education
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Pugh, Philip M.; Tschannen-Moran, Megan – NASSP Bulletin, 2016
This article examines a school district's Advancement via Individual Determination (AVID) program using perceived self-efficacy in academic achievement and self-regulated learning, GPA and attendance as indicators of program effectiveness. Results suggest that AVID participation was positively and significantly correlated with attendance in the…
Descriptors: School Districts, Academic Achievement, Self Determination, Program Evaluation
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Whitford, Denise K.; Katsiyannis, Antonis; Counts, Jennifer – NASSP Bulletin, 2016
Discriminatory discipline has been widely documented for decades, yet little progress has been made to narrow the gap. Due to the long-standing history of discriminatory discipline, current nationwide data, and recent federal initiatives, there is a need for a comprehensive examination of this critical issue. Therefore, we discuss populations…
Descriptors: Discipline Policy, Discipline, Racial Discrimination, School Statistics
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Woodland, Rebecca H.; Mazur, Rebecca – NASSP Bulletin, 2015
Educational evaluation (Ed Eval) and professional learning communities (PLCs) are two of the nation's most predominant approaches to widespread instructional improvement. Yet key attributes of these reform initiatives are too often experienced by teachers as burdensome, or even detrimental, rather than helpful. The authors of this article contend…
Descriptors: Integrated Curriculum, Faculty Development, Communities of Practice, Instructional Improvement
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Patton, Kevin; Parker, Melissa; Tannehill, Deborah – NASSP Bulletin, 2015
For school administrators to facilitate impactful teacher professional development, a shift in thinking that goes beyond the acquisition of new skills and knowledge to helping teachers rethink their practice is required. Based on review of the professional development literature and our own continued observations of professional development, this…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Human Capital, Teacher Attitudes, Interprofessional Relationship
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Losinski, Mickey; Katsiyannis, Antonis; Yell, Mitchell L. – NASSP Bulletin, 2014
Public concern over the general health of children in the United States has risen during recent years due to dramatic decreases in physical activity levels and increases in obesity and other health-related issues. This article examines the participation of students with disabilities in extracurricular activities, particularly athletic activities,…
Descriptors: Athletics, Disabilities, Physical Activities, Extracurricular Activities
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Losinski, Mickey; Katsiyannis, Antonis; Ryan, Joseph; Baughan, Cynthia – NASSP Bulletin, 2014
Horrific events such as the fatal shooting of three high school students in Chardon, Ohio, in the winter of 2012 places tremendous pressure on state and local agencies to ensure that schools provide a safe and conducive learning environment for all students. To help curb school violence, schools have adopted zero-tolerance policies, which often…
Descriptors: Weapons, Zero Tolerance Policy, Violence, School Safety
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Wells, Caryn M. – NASSP Bulletin, 2013
This conceptual article presents a review of the research concerning the stress level of principals over the past three decades, with emphasis on the occupational stress that principals encounter because of heightened accountability and expectations for student achievement. Mindfulness meditation, as a stress management intervention, provides the…
Descriptors: Stress Management, Principals, Accountability, Expectation
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Fallon, Paul D. – NASSP Bulletin, 2013
Although inextricable, the act of leading, the leader, and outcome of leadership are unique entities. Lack of such differentiation may ensnare novice leaders in broad suppositions. This conceptual article introduces a tool for analyzing leadership. Leaders can leverage the model to evaluate the act of leading, in route, via a measurable trajectory…
Descriptors: Leadership, Leadership Effectiveness, Leadership Qualities, Models
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Hallinger, Philip; Murphy, Joseph F. – NASSP Bulletin, 2013
In recent years, policy changes in American education have refocused a spotlight on principal instructional leadership. Although in previous eras the professional literature exhorted principals to "be instructional leaders," there were few sanctions if they failed to do so. In the current policy context, however, instructional leadership has…
Descriptors: Sanctions, Principals, Instructional Leadership, Administrator Role
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Hvidston, David J.; Hvidston, Brynn A.; Range, Bret G.; Harbour, Clifford P. – NASSP Bulletin, 2013
Cyberbullying has been identified by school leaders and researchers as one of the most serious adverse consequences of incorporating information technology into the classroom. This article examines the legal status of cyberbullying by conducting an analysis of selected federal appellate court opinions. This analysis identifies a set of legal…
Descriptors: Bullying, Principals, Mass Media Effects, Court Litigation
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Shuran, Michael B.; Roblyer, M. D. – NASSP Bulletin, 2012
The increasing number of special education-related lawsuits has become costly, time-consuming, and a strain on school-community relations--in short, an issue of growing concern to U. S. school systems. To identify factors associated with this type of litigation, this study analyzed data from one state's 10-year experience with due process special…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Court Litigation, Special Education, Interviews
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