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Analysis of School Administrator Perceptions of the Professional Development Appraisal System to Improve Leadership Capacity
Having an effective principal leading every school is critical to ensuring schools’ effectiveness (Marzano, Waters, & McNulty, 2003). It is well documented that there is a misalignment between assistant principal training ...
THE TRANSITION FROM ELEMENTARY TO MIDDLE SCHOOL: IMPLICATIONS FOR STUDENT DISCIPLINE
The purpose of this quantitative study was to determine what effect transition had on discipline outcomes when fourth grade elementary students transition to middle school as fifth grade students. The study used descriptive ...
What School Leaders Need to Know About the Performance of High-Achieving Students on Standardized Tests
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 has changed the accountability of student achievement in American public schools. Since the enactment, achievement has increased for low-achieving students (Loveless, 2008). ...
Campus Leadership Institutional Process Practices That Positively Impact the Completion Rate of Economically Disadvantaged Students
This study examines the relationships between principal decisions regarding school institutional processes and practices in high poverty high schools in one school district and the impact of those decisions on the high ...
The Importance Of Principal Preparation Programs To Increase Student Achievement
In an era of rigorous accountability for student achievement, the manner in which principals are prepared is subject to increasing scrutiny. Principals' preparation programs often fail to select individuals with the ideals ...
Principal - Counselor Relationships: A Case Study of the Implications for the High School Leadership Team
There are few studies that examine the area of collaborative leadership through the viewpoints of counselors, assistant principals, and campus principals as members of the high school campus leadership team. These ...