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Women Secondary Principals in Texas: A Longitudinal Study of Differences in Personal, Professional, Leadership, and School Characteristics
Despite movement toward equity given the institutionalization of affirmative action programs and policies, researchers document continued underrepresentation of women principals in secondary schools. Gender equity in the ...
MINDFUL INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP: A STUDY TO DESCRIBE AND COMPARE BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY PRINCIPALS
The purposes of this study were to: a) describe the self-reported instructional practices and beliefs of principals as related to mindfulness in their leadership for school improvement, and b) analyze differences between ...
Leading for Social Justice: A Principal's Utilization of a Rigorous College-Prep Curriculum to Challenge Injustice and Inequity in an Urban, High-Poverty High School
Nowhere is the nation’s commitment to equity of opportunity and outcomes more tested than in urban, high-poverty high schools. In considering efforts to address the persistent issues plaguing these schools, one distinct ...
The Principal Evaluation Process: Principals' Learning as a Result of the Evaluation Process
With a new level of importance being placed on the evaluation of principals, this study specifically examines the process used to evaluate principals. Data were analyzed to determine if the principal evaluation process ...
Perceptions of Principal Learning: Exploring the Connection of the Association of Washington School Principals Leadership Framework and Principal Evaluation
Educational research over the last decade has identified the role of the principal as the instructional leader within the building as an essential contributor to improved teaching (Honig, 2012; Leithwood & Mascall, 2008). ...
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 ...