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Response to Intervention (RTI): A Phenomenological Study of Elementary School Principals' Attitudes Toward A Complex Innovation
Response to Intervention (RTI) models used to identify specific learning disabilities are rapidly emerging in the schools (Reynolds & Shaywitz, 2009). RTI implementation has altered the process of service delivery to both ...
Mentoring Programs in Small Districts: Helping New Teachers Thrive
New teachers continue to leave the profession at high rates although retention rates vary from school to school, districtto district, and state to state. Many districts have implemented mentoring programs to improve retention ...
Improving Teacher Hiring in a High-Needs Urban School District: A Study on Adopting a High Reliability Organization Framework within a Human Resources Department
Improving Teacher Hiring in a High-Needs Urban School District: A Study on Adopting a High Reliability Organization Framework within a Human Resources Department Abstract by Mary Teresa Templeton, Ed.D. Washington State ...
LEADING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF SCHOOL PRINCIPALS IN WASHINGTON STATE
School leaders play an important transformative role as they carry out policies and practices that support socially just education for all students. The lack of clarity around socially just leadership makes it difficult ...
UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCES AND WOMEN ENGINEERING STUDENT PERSISTENCE
Riverside University (a pseudonym), like many universities, has not significantly increased the number of women who graduate with bachelor’s degrees in engineering. The purpose of the study is to understand how the ...
SCHOOL DISTRICT LEADERSHIP: A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN CENTRAL OFFICE AND SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
School reform efforts and accountability movements have shifted the responsibilities of central office leadership toward teaching and learning (Johnson & Chrispeels, 2010; Leithwood & Jantzi, 2012). Those responsibilities ...