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Tamir, Emanuel; Grabarski, Mirit K. – Research in Educational Administration & Leadership, 2018
This qualitative study identified and analyzed the occurrences of the Garbage-Can decision making model in public schools. The study was based on semi-structured interviews with 34 teachers from elementary and middle schools in Israel. Data analysis showed three major decision areas in which the Garbage-Can model was employed, and the conditions…
Descriptors: School Administration, Public Schools, Decision Making, Models
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Chow, Joseph – Research in Educational Administration & Leadership, 2017
Student surveys have been commonly used by university administrators for assessment of student learning outcomes in higher education. The information collected from such stakeholders' surveys has only been to use as supporting documents for the effectiveness of university education. More recently, there have been calls for utilizing student…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Decision Making, Educational Improvement, Case Studies
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Björk, Lars G.; Browne-Ferrigno, Tricia – Research in Educational Administration & Leadership, 2016
The rise of globalization compelled national governments to examine how they would adapt widespread social, economic, and political changes to advance their nation's future wellbeing. Most recognized the pivotal role of education in facilitating adaptation to changes unfolding in society and expressed concern about the quality of their education…
Descriptors: Superintendents, Politics of Education, Administrative Organization, Educational Change
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Webber, Charles F. – Research in Educational Administration & Leadership, 2016
This article profiles the evolving role of educational administrators and leaders in higher education. Four guiding assumptions for leaders are presented related to social impact, community engagement, labor market success, and institutional stability. Then, seven key administration and leadership responsibilities are described. They include…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Administration, College Administration, Administrator Responsibility