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Jonathan W. Cooney; Michael Ian Cohen – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2024
Purpose: This study contributes to a growing literature focused on institutional complexity, or the phenomenon of competing institutional logics, in PK-12 public education. Responding to calls for more nuanced characterizations of district-level administration, our purpose was to identify the logics of curriculum leadership in one large school…
Descriptors: School Districts, Public Schools, School Administration, Elementary Secondary Education
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Mollie McQuillan; Cris Mayo – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2024
Purpose: If PK12 administrators aspire to interrupt bias-based bullying, they need to understand their role in perpetuating structural and social inequality. The purpose of this study was to examine administrators': 1) awareness of gender-based bullying, 2) initial intentions to address bullying, and 3) actions that interrupted or perpetuated…
Descriptors: Bullying, Gender Bias, Social Bias, LGBTQ People
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Colleen E. Chesnut; Trish Morita-Mullaney – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2024
Purpose: Building on research in educational leadership, dual language leadership, and leader identity development, this study examines how principals of schools with dual language immersion (DLI) strands perceive and enact their leadership roles and identities. As DLI strands proliferate in schools and districts, this research contributes to…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Leadership Role, Principals, Immersion Programs
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Ana Contreras – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2024
Purpose: This study explores the community-building practices of a school leader at a middle/high school in a Latino/a and African American community. I analyze how the principal leveraged his immigrant identity and experiences to connect with immigrant families and adapt to their needs to form a sense of belonging in the school and neighborhood.…
Descriptors: Middle Schools, High Schools, Principals, Administrator Role
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Wang, Fei; Pollock, Katina; Hauseman, Cameron – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Emotion is central to principals' daily operation of schools. As principals' work is intensifying, principals are increasingly encountering emotionally charged situations on a daily basis. This article uses data from a large provincial survey to explore what time demand factors contribute to these emotionally draining situations that principals…
Descriptors: Principals, Faculty Workload, Emotional Response, Psychological Patterns
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Leu Bonanno, Sandra – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: Building upon the positive findings from culturally sustaining pedagogical studies, this paper explores how culturally sustaining approaches might operate on an organizational level. Examined in the context of dual language bilingual education (DLBE), this paper proposes a conceptually and empirically-guided culturally and linguistically…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Minority Group Students, Comparative Analysis, Cultural Differences
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Moyer, Anna; Goldring, Ellen – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: We examine the extent to which assistant principals' time spent in different leadership roles (instructional leadership, student affairs, and school management) is associated with their perceptions of the evaluation system. We focus on this outcome because individuals are more likely to engage with evaluation feedback if they have…
Descriptors: Assistant Principals, Administrator Role, Administrator Attitudes, Leadership
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Castro, Andrene J. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: Teacher shortages disrupt multiple aspects of school functioning. Negative effects of shortages are linked to poor outcomes for students, teachers, and organizational climate and culture. However, less attention has been paid to the impact of shortages on principals' leadership activities. Research Methods/Approach: This study uses…
Descriptors: Teacher Shortage, Principals, Instructional Leadership, Educational Practices
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Cosner, Shelby; De Voto, Craig – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: To identify key issues that university-based leadership coaches act upon in work to fortify the developmental opportunity of the clinical experience for aspiring principals, and how leadership coaches act upon these issues. Research: Data include roughly 75 hours of interviews with two cohorts of aspiring principals and 25 hours of…
Descriptors: Principals, Leadership Training, Coaching (Performance), Administrator Education
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Shah, Vidya; Aoudeh, Nada; Cuglievan-Mindreau, Gisele; Flessa, Joseph – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
How do leaders make the impossible choice between harm enacted on racially oppressed students and families, and harm enacted on them as advocates for racial justice in systems steeped in whiteness? How do they negotiate multiple harms in Black and Brown bodies? Purpose: Situated in between the literature on tempered radicalism and Applied Critical…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Racism, Social Justice, Decision Making
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Lewis, Maria M.; Modeste, Marsha E.; Johnson, Royel M. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: A growing number of school districts have recently added a position to the superintendent's cabinet, often titled chief equity officer. While the chief equity officer position is still in its early stages, we have an opportunity to examine insights from this work in the higher education context--both to support the adoption and…
Descriptors: School Districts, School Administration, Administrators, Administrator Role
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McHenry-Sorber, Erin; Campbell, Matthew P.; Sutherland, Daniella Hall – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: Schools across the predominately rural state of West Virginia are experiencing widespread teacher shortages, though recruitment and retention difficulties are unevenly distributed across place. Using spatial in/justice as our framework, we explore how principals define place, how place influences principal perceptions of teacher…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Attitudes, Teacher Recruitment, School Districts
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Ingersoll, Richard M.; Tran, Henry – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: The objective of this study is to provide an overall national portrait of elementary and secondary teacher shortages and teacher turnover in rural schools, comparing rural schools to suburban and urban schools. This study utilizes an organizational theoretical perspective focusing on the role of school organization and leadership in the…
Descriptors: Teacher Shortage, Rural Schools, Labor Turnover, Elementary School Teachers
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De Voto, Craig; Superfine, Benjamin M.; DeWit, Marc – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: To examine how federal/state-level policy guidance and local context have influenced district and school leader responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as how these external/internal factors might provide a window into K-12 crisis leadership and policy sensemaking more broadly. Research: Investigating two districts over two years…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Educational Policy, Context Effect
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Bridwell-Mitchell, E. N.; Yurkofsky, Maxwell – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2023
Purpose: The increasing complexity of principals' roles, including focusing both on learning outcomes and equity issues, requires having the flexibility to view novel problems through multiple lenses. In this article, we draw on institutional theory and social network research to understand the factors enabling and constraining the cognitive…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Role, Problem Solving, Social Networks
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