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Rockwood, Pamela R. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
This paper explains the role of female bias in the rise of adult bullying in workplaces, including those in education. The 2014 and 2017 Workplace Bullying Institute surveys show growth nationally in this phenomena with respondents becoming more aware of its occurrence (Namie, 2014; Namie, 2017). The paper specifically reviews and examines the…
Descriptors: Bullying, Work Environment, Females, Administrator Attitudes
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Scribner, Jay Paredes; Sanzo, Karen L. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
We apply a utilization-focused evaluation [UFE] approach to an evaluation of Virginia's latest comprehensive accountability policy--the Standards of Accreditation (SOA). Our study focuses on the implementation experiences of district and high school level administrators in four urban districts. This study is significant in two important ways.…
Descriptors: Accountability, State Policy, Accreditation (Institutions), Educational Policy
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Freeman, G. T.; Blackstone, Jared; Burchard, MaryJo – Education Leadership Review, 2020
The proposed Transformational Education (TE) model clarifies a dynamic process where teachers and other school staff embrace their contribution to educational leadership. Reworking Transformational Leadership (TL) constructs for a stronger fit within the classroom, this concept paper reviews the literature to construct a model illustrating the…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Transformational Leadership, Teacher Leadership, Models
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Griggs, Dana M. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
The article revisits the literature on educational partnerships in an attempt to re-frame and update conceptual frameworks to be used by school and district leaders for partnership development and evaluation. It also synthesizes and analyzes empirical literature specific to developing educational partnerships or analyzing the strengths that…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Program Development, Program Evaluation, Models
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Conaway, Chad; De Jong, David; Curtin, Susan; Strouse, Gabrielle; Degen, Dustin – Education Leadership Review, 2020
Identifying an appropriate class size is an important decision public schools face as they weigh balancing their budget with the impact class size may have on student achievement. This study examined perceptions of South Dakota kindergarten through third-grade teachers, elementary principals, and superintendents concerning optimal class size and…
Descriptors: Class Size, Teacher Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes, Superintendents
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Piro, Jody S.; O'Callaghan, Catherine – Education Leadership Review, 2020
The purpose of this qualitative case study was to explore how educational leadership students journeyed through liminality within simulation experiences. The doing of the simulation, the subsequent debriefing, and the final deliberating of the experience defined the entire simulation experience within the context of this study. Data sources…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Computer Simulation, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Hess, Michael E.; Lowery, Charles L. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
Many students in rural U.S. schools are experiencing trauma and adverse childhood experiences due to circumstances relating to the opioid crisis. A moral imperative presents itself to school principals and other educational leaders to make context-specific decisions that are responsive to the trauma experienced by the students in their schools.…
Descriptors: Leadership, Drug Abuse, Rural Areas, Principals
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Storey, Valerie – Education Leadership Review, 2020
Professional doctorates are a growth area in academia, specifically the EdD in educational leadership. The proliferation in programs has given rise to concerns relating to variations in program equity, and student diversity. This conceptual study utilizes theoretical critical analysis of extant data to reach conclusions about current admission…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Leadership, Admission Criteria, Equal Education
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Clayton, Jennifer; Porter, Michelle K.; Oliver, Melissa A.; Wiggins, Leslie R. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
To enhance society through equitable educational attainment, efforts are being made in school districts to investigate practices and student data to provide more equitable opportunities for the students and families they serve. Given the importance of school leaders and their impact on student achievement and school climate (Bass & Riggio,…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Instructional Leadership, School Districts, Educational Practices
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Eadens, Daniel W.; Davidson, Frank D.; Eadens, Danielle M. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
The last three decades of board research has embarked on various aspects of school boards (Alsbury, 2008b; Delagardelle, 2008; Resnick & Bryant, 2010; Strauss, 2018) including characteristics of effective boards (Alsbury & Gore, 2015; Dervarics & O'Brien, 2016), importance of targeted school board trainings (Cook, 2014; Gann, 2015;…
Descriptors: Boards of Education, Governing Boards, Leadership Training, Educational Benefits
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Channing, Jill – Education Leadership Review, 2020
Women leaders report facing many systemic inequalities such as unequal family responsibilities, differing and unfair expectations of them as leaders, backbiting from colleagues and subordinates, and a lack of support and encouragement. This qualitative research study's conceptual framework hinges on feminist narrative analysis research, focusing…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Gender Bias, Higher Education, Educational Administration
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Sulit, Aimee; Davidson, Frank D. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
Distributive leadership is a prominent leadership framework within the twenty-first century. Focusing on authentic leadership opportunities, distributive leadership explores the unique interactions between leaders, followers and situations. Promoting teachers as meaningful leaders within a school setting, distributive leadership has been shown to…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Middle School Teachers, Teacher Persistence, Participative Decision Making
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Warsen, Gregory D.; Vandermolen, Richard M. – Education Leadership Review, 2020
Billions of dollars are spent each year in the United States on technology for schools, and researchers in this case study wanted to determine the degree to which individual computing devices (ICDs) enhance the learning experience of students in grades six to twelve. The leadership practice of instructional rounds (City, Elmore, Fiarmen &…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Middle School Students, High School Students
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Zoll, James A.; Hardee, Sheri; Rosa, Catherine – Education Leadership Review, 2020
Because the role of the principal has changed dramatically, preparation programs have adapted to better prepare these leaders. This study examines one program using surveys and interviews of completers. Results showed that these leaders found themselves in an uncomfortable new area, what we deem "the in-between." Using the theoretical…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Role, Administrator Education, Leadership Responsibility
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Dionne, Gregg B.; Patrick, Kaleb G.; Deschaine, Mark E.; Francis, Raymond – Education Leadership Review, 2020
The incorporation of professional development (PD) activities for PK-12 teachers has long served to advance competency in the profession. With changes in requirements for continued teacher certification, student performance, and state-level testing, superintendents are faced with maximizing PD opportunities of their faculty. This primary…
Descriptors: Public Schools, School Districts, Partnerships in Education, Professional Development Schools
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