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The Role of Small School Superintendents as Instructional Leaders
A learning leader in a school district is the agent of change who can influence improvement in instruction or assessment delivery by the classroom teacher. A phenomenological approach was utilized in this qualitative study ...
Teacher Perceptions of High School Student Failure in the Classroom: Identifying Preventative Practices of Failure Using Critical Incident Technique
Student failure is a prominent issue in many comprehensive secondary schools nationwide. Researchers studying error, reliability, and performance in organizations have developed and employed a method known as critical ...
How Do Superintendents Use ISLLC Standards to Evaluate Principals? Or Do They?
In 1996 the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium, (ISLLC) a committee formed by the Council of Chief School Officers (CSSO) released a set of standards to guide the training of candidates for public school ...
Leadership of Response to Intervention; Perceptions and Reflections
This study seeks to describe how elementary principals in a large Washington school district perceived the district office administration's implementation of Response to Intervention over a four-year period. RTI is a widely ...