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Ozaki, Reiko; Brandon, Ann – Leadership and Research in Education, 2020
High school students are often involved in sexual and dating violence. The bystander approach aims to stop sexual and dating violence from their initial occurrence by promoting social norms supporting victims and tolerating no violence. Recent studies of high school bystander programs report promising evidence of effectiveness in improving…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Evidence Based Practice, Prevention, Dating (Social)
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Payne, Michael S.; Leary, Rameca V. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2020
167 final writing projects from bachelor level Leadership courses were analyzed to find a correlation of success rates between pre-completed business and professional communication courses. The test statistic was close to an outlier on a one-tail test with a probability of 5.318948%, which meant the outcome of this study was quite close to null…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Leadership Training, Correlation, State Colleges
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Ozaki, Reiko – Leadership and Research in Education, 2020
Dating violence, sexual violence, and stalking are personal, pervasive, and common among high school students. These types of violence are often peer-perpetrated and occur at school. Dating violence includes psychological and physical attacks one utilizes against his or her date. Sexual violence includes harassment and more serious assault such as…
Descriptors: Dating (Social), Violence, Sexual Abuse, Antisocial Behavior
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Knestrict, Thomas D.; Zascavage, Victoria; Winterman, Kathleen – Leadership and Research in Education, 2020
Ambulatory restraint is defined as any physical method of restricting an individual's freedom of movement, physical activity, or normal access to his or her body. There has been increased volume of restraints documented in public schools. This alerted the school of education at a midwestern university as to the possible need for crisis…
Descriptors: Discipline, Behavior Modification, Student Behavior, Preservice Teacher Education
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Gerwig-Parker, Lorri A.; Tromski-Klingshirn, Donna; Kolssak, Rebecca; Miller, Joshua D. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2020
In 2019, 36.5% of students, age 12-17, reported that they were cyberbullied at some point in their life. Cyberbullying is a growing problem within Ohio. Self-mutilation, attempted suicide, and death have been linked to victims of cyberbullying. Within Ohio, there are also legal implications for schools to consider. Using Bronfenbrenner's…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Victims, State Legislation
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Özdogan Özbal, Ece – Leadership and Research in Education, 2020
This research aimed to determine whether there is a relationship between school alienation and school burnout, and "social justice leadership", and to identify the nature of this relationship and structure. In this research, a relational screening model was used. In order to analyse the relationship between "social justice…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Students, Student Attitudes, Alienation
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Burton, Brett A. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2020
This study investigated Resiliency for Academic Success factors and their possible impact on student achievement among urban high school students, focusing on multiracial students (Trueba, 2002). Educational researchers have investigated reasons for underperformance in academics among students of color. The finding indicates that some students,…
Descriptors: High School Students, Urban Schools, Resilience (Psychology), Barriers
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Burton, Brett A. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2020
The phenomenological research investigates the perceptions of principals on the use of multi-option response plans before, during, and after active shooter drills. The study discovers three central themes from eight Secondary principals. Active shooter drills in public schools are mandated by state legislation and create school culture challenges…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Attitudes, School Safety, Emergency Programs
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Liang, Jia G.; Liou, Daniel D. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2018
Historically, Asian American school administrators' experiences leading the K-12 educational system have been under-researched and under-theorized. Today, as the fastest growing population in the United States, Asian American educators' experiences and contributions can no longer be ignored in educational policy and research. Drawing on the…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Self Concept, Asian Americans, Administrator Attitudes
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Sampson, Pauline M. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2018
This paper describes a qualitative research study of the experiences of Texas female superintendents with longevity. Specifically, five superintendents with tenure of at least six years in one school district were interviewed to hear their voices. Findings show that a strong working relationship with their boards, a solid connection with their…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Females, Superintendents, Qualitative Research
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Allen, Tawannah G.; Flood, Chena' T. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2018
The relationship challenges faced by women in leadership ranks within the academy are rarely researched. There is a dearth of research that explores the relationships between women in higher education settings and their colleagues, along with their ability to ascend to roles of leadership. Women have become well prepared to compete in the academy.…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Females, Instructional Leadership, Collegiality
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Yang, Yang; Carroll, Doris Wright – Leadership and Research in Education, 2018
Women remain underrepresented in both science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce and academia. In this quantitative study, we focused on female faculty across STEM disciplines and their experiences in higher educational institutions through the lens of microaggressions theory. Two questions were addressed: (a) whether and…
Descriptors: Aggression, STEM Education, Gender Differences, Women Faculty
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Reis, Tania Carlson; Grady, Marilyn L. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2018
Eleven of the 81 public research universities within the Carnegie Classification of Doctoral Universities: Highest Research are led by woman presidents. Using Eagly & Carli's (2007) labyrinth framework, five of the women presidents were interviewed to identify their experiences navigating leadership barriers. Findings indicated that women…
Descriptors: College Presidents, Females, College Administration, Research Universities
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Bollinger, Alisha A.; Grady, Marilyn L. – Leadership and Research in Education, 2018
The purpose of this study was to examine the experiences of female superintendents as they relate to job satisfaction and retention. State department of education websites were consulted to obtain the number of women superintendents by state for 2015. From the list, 3,364 women superintendents were identified. The women represent 25% of U.S.…
Descriptors: Superintendents, Females, Job Satisfaction, Labor Turnover
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Johnson, Adrianne L.; DuVivier, Roxanne S.; Hambright, W. Grant – Leadership and Research in Education, 2017
This article examines motivations for faculty involvement in shared governance. Faculty members at a mid-sized, Midwestern university were surveyed to assess reasons for serving and leading in the shared governance process. Five predominant themes were identified as affecting faculty participation in university governance. The five predominant…
Descriptors: Governance, Teacher Attitudes, College Faculty, Teacher Surveys
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