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Harrell, Shonta; Bynum, Yvette – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2018
Technology is an integral part of our everyday lives. In fact, students in our public schools are considered digital natives and have become accustomed to always being connected to their devices and the Internet. In 2013, 71 percent of the US population age 3 and older used the Internet (Snyder, de Brey, & Dillow, 2016). Given the importance…
Descriptors: Technology Integration, Program Implementation, Barriers, Faculty Development
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Gurley, D. Keith; Mendiola, Brenda – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2016
During a collegial conversation between faculty members who attended the annual fall conference of the Alabama Association of Professors of Educational Leadership, faculty members posed many questions about how the Instructional Leadership programs for which they worked compared across the state. In the winter of 2015, researchers surveyed faculty…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Educational Administration, College Faculty, Administrator Education
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Connell, Peggy H.; Cobia, F. Jane; Hodge, Pat H. – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2015
Eighty percent of public school teachers are females, but only 24% of school superintendents are females. This upward trend from a low of 1.3% in the early 1970s has not mirrored the increase of females in executive level positions in other professions. A mixed-methods design identified the barriers that contribute to the under-representation and…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Likert Scales, Qualitative Research, Administrator Attitudes
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Edwards, LaWanda; Grace, Ronald; King, Gwendolyn – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2014
An effective relationship between the principal and school counselor is essential when improving student achievement. To have an effective relationship, there must be communication, trust and respect, leadership, and collaborative planning between the principal and school counselor (College Board, 2011). Principals and school counselors are both…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Effectiveness, School Counselors, Interpersonal Relationship