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Karppinen, Seija Maritta; Dimba, Magdalene; Kitawi, Alfred – NASSP Bulletin, 2021
The research examined school leaders' opinions, attitudes, and performative actions toward teacher absenteeism. Existing research has primarily focused on interventions implemented by the Teachers' Service Commission to curb teacher absenteeism, and yet since leaders are the main agents and their actions are context bound, their actual actions and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Employee Absenteeism, Teacher Attendance, Administrator Attitudes
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Buckman, David G.; Hand, Nathan W. J.; Johnson, Arvin – NASSP Bulletin, 2021
The purpose of this study was to contribute to the body of literature regarding decisions school leaders make when developing strategic plans to improve student outcomes. This study investigated whether there is a significant relationship between school climate and graduation rates for public high schools in the state of Georgia when controlling…
Descriptors: Graduation Rate, Public Schools, High Schools, Educational Environment
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Mullen, Patrick R.; Chae, Nancy; Backer, Adrienne; Niles, Jennifer – NASSP Bulletin, 2021
In this cross-sectional quantitative study, we employed survey research to examine the differences in school counselors' (N = 327) burnout, job stress, and job satisfaction based on their student caseload size. The results indicated that higher caseloads were associated with higher degrees of burnout and job stress, along with lower job…
Descriptors: School Counselors, Work Environment, Burnout, Job Satisfaction
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Fancera, Samuel F. – NASSP Bulletin, 2021
The purpose of this research was to develop and test an instrument to measure school leaders' use of Twitter for professional development (PD) and learning. Findings from an exploratory factor analysis indicate that the resulting nine-item Twitter for PD Scale offers a valid and reliable instrument to measure school leaders' use of Twitter for PD…
Descriptors: Principals, Social Media, Computer Mediated Communication, Faculty Development
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Hall, Kelly S.; Liang, Ya-Wen Melissa; Riley, Libby J. – NASSP Bulletin, 2021
Securing attendance is challenging at rural high schools with a high percentage of students from low-socioeconomic states (low-SES) households. Best practices of principals to achieve high annual attendance rates (> 90%) were studied. Interviews were held with principals from 8 of 12 high schools across rural West Virginia that met the…
Descriptors: Principals, Best Practices, Attendance, Rural Schools
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Chan, Paula E.; Carlson, Alex; Katsiyannis, Antonis; Hakala, Alexandria – NASSP Bulletin, 2021
Qualified teachers with disabilities are protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). To maintain legal compliance, principals must have an understanding of employment law, but often lack the training to prevent legal liability. This study reviewed litigation on discrimination claims under the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation…
Descriptors: Social Discrimination, Disabilities, Court Litigation, Literature Reviews
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Drake, Timothy A. – NASSP Bulletin, 2021
In this article, I describe how principals accessed teacher and student data on a centralized data warehouse (DWH) during an academic school year. I found that principals did not use the DWH very often during the year. When logged on, principals most often looked at reports on student achievement, teachers' performance, or student demographics.…
Descriptors: Principals, Data Use, Information Systems, Urban Schools
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Rose, Amanda L.; Sughrue, Jennifer A. – NASSP Bulletin, 2020
Due to the nature of alternative preparation paths to classroom teaching and the unique challenges these teachers face, alternative certified teacher quality and retention are questionable. The purpose of this study was to investigate school leaders' knowledge of the challenges of these teachers, the support provided in light of that knowledge,…
Descriptors: Alternative Teacher Certification, Faculty Development, Teacher Persistence, Barriers
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Shapira-Lishchinsky, Orly – NASSP Bulletin, 2020
The study aimed to elicit a universally accepted meaning of "ethical practice in school" from teachers' codes of ethics formulated by educational leaders including school principals, the nation's government, and teachers' union representatives. Analysis was based on a random sample of 30 codes of ethics in various countries using a…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Ethics, Principals, Administrator Attitudes
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Dandalt, Ed; Brutus, Stephane – NASSP Bulletin, 2020
This article uses an analysis of the language used in the Teacher Performance Appraisal Technical Requirements Manual in Ontario to highlight some procedural issues. Arguably, the existence of flaws in the teacher evaluation system is not only limited to evaluation practices but is also embedded in evaluation regulations. Furthermore, the article…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Evaluation, Language Usage, Guides
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Walk, Meghann – NASSP Bulletin, 2020
This history examines the relationship between 21st century early college high schools and a longer tradition of adolescents attending college, uncovering powerful roots, distinctive breaks, and reforged alliances. Why did these schools, designed so students earn up to an associate's degree before graduation, come into being when and where they…
Descriptors: Educational History, High Schools, Higher Education, Acceleration (Education)
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Tran, Henry; Smith, Douglas A. – NASSP Bulletin, 2020
Many school employers struggle with teacher turnover challenges despite their use of wide-ranging teacher retention initiatives. Emphasizing a new Talent Centered Education Leadership approach, this article relies on a theory-building methodology that leverages the theories of career choice and Herzberg's motivation-hygiene, empirical literature…
Descriptors: Teacher Persistence, Faculty Mobility, Human Resources, Personnel Management
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Sears, Julie A.; Driscoll, Lisa G.; Sughrue, Jennifer A. – NASSP Bulletin, 2020
Whether principals are required to allow service animals in the public schools is not entirely clear in law, policy, or practice. The matter is further complicated when the alleged harm caused by denying a request for a service animal is not clearly related to the educational program. The purpose of this article is to inform principals about the…
Descriptors: Principals, Animals, Elementary Secondary Education, Public Schools
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Gordon, Stephen P. – NASSP Bulletin, 2020
The author identifies 10 phases of the principal development pipeline, some of which are seldom acknowledged and many of which are inadequately addressed. The author argues that various stakeholder groups should collaborate to provide continuous professional development to future and current principals through each phase of the pipeline. Examples…
Descriptors: Principals, Professional Development, Professional Continuing Education, Stakeholders
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Ewoldt, Kathy B.; Dieterich, Cynthia A.; Brady, Kevin P. – NASSP Bulletin, 2020
Despite increasing animal prevalence in public spaces, few districts have proactively developed policies to integrate assistance, therapy, service, and emotional support animals that are both legally sound and support the needs of individual students. Federal legislation defines a variety of animals that could accompany students, but only those…
Descriptors: Animals, Students with Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Educational Policy
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