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Perceptions of Stress Among Native American, Hispanic, and Caucasian K-5 Teachers
Within the context of a nationwide shortage of teachers of color, stable enrollment of Native American students, and increasing enrollments of Hispanic students, the purpose of this study was to examine self-reported stress ...
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 ...
Washington State Superintendents and K-12 Online Learning: Leadership Perceptions, Challenges & Opportunities
The purpose of this mixed-methods study was to examine the perceptions, interpretations, and reactions of K-12 superintendents in Washington in response to the rapid growth of K-12 online learning. A survey instrument with ...
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 ...
The Essence of the Principal Internship: A Phenomenological Study
This paper presents a phenomenological investigation of principals' experience as they reflect on the essence of the administration internship, an integral part of school administration preparation programs. Five principals, ...
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 ...