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Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 1997
The 10 articles in this 1997 issue cover a wide range of research. Each of the articles addresses one of the seven questions: "What do we know about leadership capacity and how is it built?""How do we work with those enrolled in leadership preparation programs to enable these future leaders to build leadership capacity in schools?""How do we…
Descriptors: Educational Administration, Elementary Secondary Education, Instructional Leadership, Leadership
Cushing, Katherine S.; Kerrins, Judith A. – Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 2004
The shortage of principals in California is examined in this article. While the data show that there is not a shortage of individuals having the necessary credential to hold the position, often there are not enough applicants for principal positions. Reconceptualizing and restructuring of principal positions are emphasized as potentially correct…
Descriptors: Principals, Supply and Demand, Job Applicants, Recruitment
Ritchie, Jim; Lindstrom, Phyllis H.; Mendoza-Reis, Noni – Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 2004
Large numbers of projected retirements have created the need for recruiting and preparing capable school leaders for the future. This study explored the characteristics of candidates in an administration preparation program, factors for their career decisions, and the implications of these factors for recruiting candidates and building stronger…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Instructional Leadership, Recruitment, Administrator Characteristics
Basom, Margaret R.; Yerkes, Diane M. – Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 2004
School university partnerships have become important in the reform efforts to develop the next generation of school leaders. This study examines one university's approach of working with several school districts as partners in the development of school leaders. Findings include benefits and concerns from the perspective of students, faculty, and…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Partnerships in Education, College School Cooperation, School Districts
Szabo, Margaret A. – Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 2004
This paper recounts one instructor's importing action research into teaching to improve a Tier II Professional Administrative Services Credential program at a public university in California. The state and local context is described, why and how the action research was conducted, and the lessons that emerged about what advanced students need,…
Descriptors: Credentials, Action Research, Leadership, Public Colleges
Browne-Ferrigno, Tricia; Muth, Rodney – Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 2004
Cohorts are increasingly popular management tools for recruiting students into professional education programs, for organizing their learning experiences, for promoting performance-based outcomes, and for developing and using innovative teaching-learning practices. This article explores the role of a cohort leader in ensuring that the curriculum…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Professional Education, Integrated Curriculum, Learning Experience
Kim, Lori – Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 2004
An on-line education administration course was evaluated using Seven Lessons Learned by Graham, Cagiltay, Lim, Craner, and Duffy (2001 ) as the framework. The framework was found to be useful in revealing areas of strengths and weaknesses in offering virtual education administration courses. The evaluation provided information that clear…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Educational Administration, Program Evaluation, Educational Technology
Jensen, Chet – Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 2004
Professors of Educational Administration spend an inordinate amount of time tracking student attendance and calculating absences into final grades. A study of student attendance in one educational administration program at a medium-sized public institution of higher education in California concluded that: (1) negative and positive grade-related…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Academic Achievement, Attendance Patterns, Attendance
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