Strategies And Techniques Used By Exemplary Georgia Middle School Principals To influence The Achievement of Students With Disabilities And Meet Adequate Yearly Progress Goals
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Doctor of Education in Education Administration (Ed.D.)
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Dissertation (open access)
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Department of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development
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F. Eric Brooks
This study investigated and defined effective strategies and techniques that four exemplary principals from Pacesetter middle schools used to promote the achievement of students with disabilities and to meet AYP goals. A qualitative triangulated case study was employed, utilizing data from one-on-one interviews of principals and teachers, school and classroom observations, and review of school documents. The four exemplary principals were found to embody the principles of charismatic distributed leadership, to be pro-active in determining the most effective strategies and techniques to promote achievement, and to rely heavily on research to inform their decisions regarding the implementation of school policies and procedures.
Clark, Linda Dianne, "Strategies And Techniques Used By Exemplary Georgia Middle School Principals To influence The Achievement of Students With Disabilities And Meet Adequate Yearly Progress Goals" (2007). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 228.
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