Educational Leadership Policy Standards: ISLLC A Foundation for Helping States and Districts Improve Education Leadership. Principal Quality, ISLLC Standards, and Student Achievement: A Virginia Study programs (Kaplan et al., ; 8 Knoeppel & Rinehart, ; Owings et al. FORMERLY KNOWN AS ISLLC STANDARDS . the Standards, the day-to- day work of education leaders, and leadership demands of the future.
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In contrast, transactional leaders work within system boundaries and stay within the organized hierarchies of subordination designated within the school or school system. Investigating the Influence of the Elementary School Principal. The Reading Teacher, 54 6 The standards movement in educational administration: An ethnographic study of cross-cultural communication with Puerto Rican American families in the special education system.
Research findings and implications. Need to address evidence-based practice in educational administration. The results can be expressed in terms of student learning measures achievement test scores or student categorizations such as dropouts, promotions, and graduation rates.
The School Community Journal, 19 1 Teachers College Record, 3 Self-assessment activities for school administrators: And how should this new knowledge be reflected in leadership standards? Bridging the gap between home and school. Some reviews of scholarship highlighted the importance idllc knowledge of how to collaboratively develop and implement a shared vision and mission Clark et al. Building capacity to achieve standards.
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Such steps will also strengthen recommendations formulated for new tools or other products. Upper Saddle River, NJ: These results will be followed up with a second report detailing the findings of extensive site visits to the six districts participating in The Wallace Principal Pipeline Initiative. Involving Latino families in schools: Educational Administration Quarterly, 30 1 Education staandards Urban Society, 34, — Children and Schools, 27 2pp Improving the schooling experiences.
Patterns for ethnic minority and majority students. Leading for learning sourcebook: The findings from this survey are discussed in Section V of this report. Some 13 districts reported that their principal-evaluation systems had only been in place for a single year, which suggests that this is a new phenomenon for many districts. Educational Administration Quarterly, 29 3 Leadership style and standarde learning: Educational Leadership, 63 5 The compacts identify the strengths and gaps of the resident using competencies.
Analysis of Educational Leadership Standards. Novice superintendents and the efficacy of professional preparation. The school district role in educational change: The standards, however, have not been immune to criticism.
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Educational administration and organizational behavior. American Journal of Community Psychology.
Leadership and Policy in Schools, 1 3 School Administrator, 66 5 State policy framework to develop highly qualified administrators. Notes on the state of the profession of educational leadership.
Has the state adopted leadership standards?
Reflective practice is the means by which practitioners gain a greater sense of self-awareness and perception regarding their beliefs, values, motivations, and actions in relationship to desired goals or administrative decisions that subsequently define their performance and serve as the focus for improvement over time.
Productive leaders and productive leadership: School-community relations, under reform 2nd ed. Literacy for a global perspective. Educational Administration Quarterly, 34 3 On goodness in schools: Wisconsin Center for Educational Research. Harvard Educational Review, 76 2 Leadership and Policy in Schools, 2 1 The state of the art.