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Canli, Suzan; Demirtas, Hasan – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the correlation between social justice leadership levels of school principals and school alienation levels of students in Turkey. Furthermore, it investigated the students' perceptions about social justice leadership and alienation from school and whether there were significant differences based on gender,…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Leadership Styles, Alienation, Principals
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DeMatthews, David E.; Knight, David S.; Shin, Jinseok – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: Principals are critical to school improvement and play a vital role in creating inclusive and high-performing schools. Yet, approximately one in five principals leave their school each year, and turnover is higher in schools that serve low-income students of color. Relatedly, high rates of teacher turnover exacerbate challenges associated…
Descriptors: Faculty Mobility, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Principals, Labor Turnover
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Pendola, Andrew; Fuller, Edward J. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
This paper aims to better delineate the patterns of mobility and turnover of rural principals in Texas. Specifically, the authors examine the patterns of movement into, within, and out of rural principal positions, as a means to gain a better understanding of the forces of 'draw' within rural areas and 'drain' out. The study consisted of a sample…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Principals, Occupational Mobility, Labor Turnover
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Weiler, Jess R.; Lomotey, Kofi – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Faculty in practitioner-oriented EdD programs must continually defend the presence of rigor in their programs. The existence of rigor determines the preparedness of our educational leaders to disrupt and transform educational organizations to bring about equitable and socially just outcomes; however, perceptions of rigor by the larger community…
Descriptors: Difficulty Level, Social Justice, Leadership Training, Educational Change
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Mayger, Linda; Provinzano, Kathleen – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: The primary purpose of this policy analysis is to examine how states changed their principal performance evaluation systems since the passage of Every Student Succeeds Act in 2015. In particular, we focus on whether states have capitalized on the flexible policy landscape to make space for meaningful family and community engagement (FCE)…
Descriptors: Leadership, Family Involvement, Community Involvement, Policy Analysis
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Emerick, Mark R. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: The purpose of this article is to examine the ways in which school leaders in career and technical education (CTE) conceptualized diversity and inclusion for emergent bilingual students (EBs) and how their beliefs about diversity manifested in institutional support (or lack thereof) for EBs. Research Method: This study draws on data…
Descriptors: Diversity, Inclusion, Ideology, Equal Education
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Dixon, LaTanya L.; Pham, Lam D.; Henry, Gary T.; Corcoran, Sean P.; Zimmer, Ron – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: While previous research has examined the impact of school turnaround models, less is known about the principals who lead these turnaround schools. This study examines the personal demographics, experience, educational background, prior school performance, salaries, and turnover of principals who led two turnaround models in Tennessee's…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Role, School Turnaround, School Districts
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Roegman, Rachel; Perkins-Williams, Ruqayyah; Budzyn, Matt; Killian-Tarr, Olivia; Allen, David – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
In this study, we examine principals' data use within four districts are engaged in district-level professional learning around equity. Drawing on Gutierrez's framework for dimensions of equity, we consider how principals engage in data use in light of the dimensions of access, achievement, identity, and power. Findings suggest each district had…
Descriptors: Principals, School Districts, Data Use, Professional Development
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Yurkofsky, Maxwell – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: A recurring frustration in educational research is the tendency for school leaders to implement reforms in ways that prioritize compliance over more substantive improvements to practice. Drawing on new institutional theory and sensemaking theory, this article explores the different ways leaders respond to continuous improvement (CI)…
Descriptors: Leadership, Educational Change, Educational Improvement, Educational Needs
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Forman, Stephanie R.; Foster, James Lamar; Rigby, Jessica G. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: This article examines how school leaders connect Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) with anti-racist practices. Current literature has yet to explain how leaders support race conscious approaches to SEL that promote marginalized students' well-being, particularly with White teachers who often resist learning about race and Whiteness.…
Descriptors: Social Emotional Learning, Racial Bias, Consciousness Raising, Well Being
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Bruno, Paul; Lewis, Colleen M. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: We aim to better understand the curricular, staffing, and achievement trade-offs entailed by expansions of high-school computer science (CS) for students, schools, and school leaders. Methods: We use descriptive, correlational, and quasi-experimental methods to analyze statewide longitudinal course-, school-, and staff-level data from…
Descriptors: High School Students, Computer Science Education, Educational Trends, Course Selection (Students)
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Chang, Ethan; Glass, Ronald David – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: This paper conceptualizes a just leadership learning ecology through an analysis of one nontraditional site of leadership preparation: the Highlander Research and Education Center (originally founded as the Highlander Folk School). Methodology: Drawing on cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) and institutional theory (IT), we examine…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Residential Programs, Social Justice, Democratic Values
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Jang, Sung Tae; Alexander, Nicola A. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: This study aims to provide quantitative knowledge concerning the leadership of Black women principals in American secondary schools. We examined (1) the demographic composition of the schools in which Black women principals serve, (2) these principals' instructional leadership behaviors, (3) the collective responsibility among teachers in…
Descriptors: African American Leadership, Women Administrators, Principals, Secondary Schools
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Kim, Taeyeon; Weiner, Jennie – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: This study builds on research scrutinizing school autonomy in policy and school governance by shifting the focus from a formal structural view of autonomy to examining how principals negotiate autonomy in their daily work. Drawing on multiple dimensions of autonomy and street-level bureaucracy, this study examined how principals, as both…
Descriptors: Principals, Institutional Autonomy, School Administration, Administrator Attitudes
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Hugg, Victor G.; Siciliano, Michael D.; Daly, Alan J. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2022
Purpose: School leaders rely on a number of collaborative policy tools to address fiscal and governance issues. While prior research has examined the dynamics and implications of research-practice and public-private partnerships, this study addresses a third form of collaboration: interdistrict cooperative agreements. Method: We develop a unique…
Descriptors: Public Schools, School Districts, Institutional Characteristics, Educational Cooperation
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