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Effective Leadership Practices For English Language Acquisition Award Schools: A Case Study
With the changing demographics of public schools and growing accountability measures placed on educators, many district leaders and school principals seek methods to improve the academic achievement of English language ...
An Analysis of Successful Induction Programs for Early Career Teachers in Rural Central Washington State
This qualitative applied research study addressed the challenges public school principals in rural school communities face with regard to retention of provisional teachers. The two research questions that guided this study ...
Philanthropic Involvement Of CETYS Ensenada Alumni With Their Alma Mater: A Study Of Undergraduate Alumni From 1990 To 2010
Knowledge and understanding about alumni philanthropic contributions to Mexican universities have emerged mostly from the experience of fundraisers, alumni relations officers, and higher education leaders. A handful of ...
Factors Influencing Nurses' Choice to Instruct in Nurse Education Programs
Nursing education program leaders face many obstacles in recruiting nurses to be instructors. The purpose of this qualitative, phenomenological study was to understand how and why nurses choose a career in education. ...
Teacher Self-Efficacy and the Correlation with Teacher Perception of Leadership Capabilities
Due to the importance of teacher self-efficacy, including factors that improve teacher self-efficacy, there is a need to further investigate the potential effect of leadership on teacher-self-efficacy. This study was ...
Moderators of gender-based barriers in the U.S. Army: How enlisted women increase their own recruitment, promotion, participation, retention, and integration
In their women’s integration plan, the U.S. Army (2016b) called for studies to identify and “develop strategies to overcome [gender] barriers” (p. 13) women encounter, without an institutional understanding of gender ...