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The principal supervisor's role, practices, and challenges in developing principals' instructional leadership capacity
The purpose of this qualitative study employing the grounded theory approach was to explore the principal supervisors' role, the practices they employ, and the challenges they encounter in developing principals' instructional ...
The participation of elementary school teachers in restorative practices : enhancing community and connectedness
Many issues confront educational leaders as they attempt to provide their students with equitable access to high quality educational experiences. One such challenge is creating the type of workplace conditions that lead ...
School leaders’ perceptions of cyberbullying legislation in Texas : understanding David’s Law implementation
Bullying and its effects on students have become a common concern among school leaders. Bullying can occur in cyberspace on such platforms as SnapChat, Tumblr, or on other social media applications (commonly known as apps), ...
Learning to manage the fiscal responsibilities of the superintendency
Nearly one hundred years of research identifies the topic of school finance as one of the most serious challenges facing superintendents. Superintendents are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day fiscal operations and ...
Leading in precarious markets : teacher shortages and organizational stability in schools
Teacher shortages are an ongoing problem in many state and local teacher labor markets. Research suggests teacher shortages are linked to state educational policies governing teacher salary, accountability, school funding, ...