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THE SUPERINTENDENT AS INSTRUCTIONAL LEADER:A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF RURAL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS IN WASHINGTON STATE
The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore the role of the rural school district superintendent as instructional leader. Specifically, the study focused on rural superintendents who were known as effective ...
Disrupting Deficit Ideologies that Impact Learning for English Language Learners: An Elementary Principal's Role
Previous research shows that federal legislation, state mandates, and educator beliefs continue to marginalize students of color, low-socioeconomic status, second language learners and students with disabilities. Systemic ...
Mindful Instructional Leadership: The Connection Between Principal Mindfulness and School Practices
Mindfulness offers a wide range of benefits for teachers and students, however, less is known about the role of mindfulness in the work of principals. Current tools that assess instructional leadership, which is a major ...
Meeting the Needs of Visually Impaired Students in Washington State: An Exploratory Study of the Working Conditions that Affect Teachers of the Visually Impaired
With the ongoing shortage of available teachers of the visually impaired and the increasing number of students and demands on time, this study examined the working conditions that affect itinerant teachers of the visually ...
The Role of an Early Warning System to Support Freshmen: An Action Research Study
The purpose of this action research study was to examine the role of an early warning system as a technological tool used by administrators to support high school freshmen. The research questions guiding this study were: ...