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Pijanowski, John – Education Leadership Review, 2017
Ethical leadership is critical to effective schools. However, earlier research showed that ethics and moral reasoning were often not formally taught nor assessed in pre-service leadership programs. In this study I examined graduate programs' approaches to curriculum, instruction, and assessment of learning in ethics and moral reasoning. Rest's…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Ethics, Moral Values, Administrator Education
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Howard, Elaine; Msengi, Clementine; Harris, Sandra – Education Leadership Review, 2017
Ten women superintendents in Texas were interviewed for this phenomenological narrative study to understand their mentoring experiences framed within transformational leadership theory. The research used a guided protocol to conduct face-to-face interviews. In this study, authors sought to answer questions about the influence of mentorship…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Superintendents, Interviews, Phenomenology
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Buckman, David G. – Education Leadership Review, 2017
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between state unionization policy and teacher job satisfaction in the K-12 public school environment in the states of Florida and New York (i.e., a right-to-work state and a non-right-to-work state). Data were collected via electronic survey to analyze personal demographics, human capital,…
Descriptors: Job Satisfaction, Public School Teachers, Elementary Secondary Education, Unions
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Parfitt, Christopher M. – Education Leadership Review, 2017
Businesses, non-profit entities, medical units, governmental departments, and other organizations have utilized succession planning for over 30 years, yet the field of education has been slow to adopt models used in other disciplines. Upon review of the literature from various disciplines, themes for developing and assessing quality succession…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Leadership Training, Employees, Organizational Culture
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Storey, Valerie A.; Johnson, Jerry – Education Leadership Review, 2017
Perceived shortage of principals, increased accountability demands, the changing role of principals, and the growing influence of the state over school administration have created a set of challenges for principal certification and licensure that have propelled a renewed need for analysis of certification and licensure processes. Recent calls to…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Principals, State Standards, Accountability
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Zaharris, Mary; Sims, Paul; Safer, Louis; Hendricks, Arthur; Sekulich, Kim; Glasgow, Denise – Education Leadership Review, 2017
This qualitative study examined the practices and perceptions of six school leaders through the lens of exemplary leadership and spiritual leadership practices. Literature abounds in the field of exemplary leadership practices but spiritual leadership is traditionally overlooked as a credible topic of scholarly research because of its assumed…
Descriptors: Religious Factors, Qualitative Research, Spiritual Development, Leadership Effectiveness
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Clayton, Jennifer; Thessin, Rebecca – Education Leadership Review, 2016
The purpose of this study was to more fully understand: (1) the degree to which administrative interns are provided with the opportunity to lead administrative experiences; (2) the types of administrative experiences in which interns engage during the administrative internship experience; and (3) the value of the administrative internship to…
Descriptors: Educational Administration, Internship Programs, Student Surveys, Student Attitudes
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Cetinkaya, Ahmet – Education Leadership Review, 2016
This study was a phenomenological narrative research investigating the managerial roles of elementary charter school principals. Managerial leadership practices were investigated under three categories personnel management, student management, and finance management. Elementary charter school principals provided positive feedback for having small…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Charter Schools, Administrator Role, Elementary Schools
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Doerksen, Amanda López; Wise, Donald – Education Leadership Review, 2016
For over 25 years, researchers have identified "best practices" used by high-achieving school districts. However, little research exists regarding rural school systems, making it difficult to determine whether the best practices identified are relevant within this context. This study filled a void in research by focusing on the…
Descriptors: High Achievement, Rural Schools, Best Practices, Academic Achievement
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Hvidston, David J.; McKim, Courtney Ann; Mette, Ian M. – Education Leadership Review, 2016
The goals for this quantitative study were to examine principals' perceptions regarding supervision and evaluation within their own evaluations. Three research questions guided the inquiry: (1) What are the perceptions of principals' regarding their own supervision?; (2) What are the perceptions of principals' regarding their own evaluation?; and…
Descriptors: Principals, Statistical Analysis, Supervision, Administrator Surveys
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Watson, Jennifer Moradian; Olson-Buchanan, Julie – Education Leadership Review, 2016
The high turnover rates among teachers, particularly novice teachers, is a significant problem in the field of education. This study examines the relationship between teacher turnover and a construct found in organizational literature--job embeddedness. Job embeddedness is the extent to which an employee connects socially and emotionally to their…
Descriptors: Teacher Persistence, Faculty Mobility, Sense of Community, Elementary School Teachers
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Gray, Julie – Education Leadership Review, 2016
This study investigated the role of collective trust, collective efficacy, and enabling school structures on overall school effectiveness. While the concept of organizational effectiveness can be complex and difficult to measure, the results of this research demonstrated a connection of these variables to school effectiveness. Collective trust had…
Descriptors: Role, Trust (Psychology), Socioeconomic Status, School Effectiveness
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Kim, JoHyun; Watkins, Sandra; Yoon, Seung Won – Education Leadership Review, 2016
This study examined the achievement trends of advanced learners and the relationship between Illinois' school district characteristics and student performance using Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) scores. The 3rd grade students scoring in the Exceeds category in ISAT reading and math within 707 Illinois school districts during the…
Descriptors: Trend Analysis, Academic Achievement, Academically Gifted, Scores
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Smith, Orin; Windish, Daniel; Taylor, Rosemarye – Education Leadership Review, 2016
This longitudinal study examined the professional perceptions of educational leaders as to the fairness and impact of teacher evaluation and compensation reforms under Race to the Top. The study surveyed graduate students in education and educational leadership programs to assess changes in their perceptions from prior to RTTT implementation…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Educational Legislation, Federal Aid
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Pickett, Janie; Combs, Julie P. – Education Leadership Review, 2016
Principals in K-12 education face increasingly complex responsibilities and must maximize student learning within the boundaries of available funding and staffing. Effective library programs have been correlated to higher test scores and can be a resource for principals to meet improvement goals. The purpose of this Delphi study was to describe…
Descriptors: Principals, Elementary Secondary Education, School Libraries, Delphi Technique
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