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THE EXTENT PRINCIPALS EMPLOY THE ESSENTIAL PRACTICES IDENTIFIED BY PREVIOUS RESEARCH AND INTERPRETED BY THE RESEARCHER AS NECESSARY FOR STRONG INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP IN THE USE OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT BY TEACHERS
(East Carolina University, 2015-12-02)
This study examined the extent principals employ the critical skills and practices identified by previous research and interpreted by the researcher, as necessary for effective instructional leadership in the use of formative ...
THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATORS
(East Carolina University, 2015-11-18)
This study explores the lived career experiences of African American university development administrators who work at public higher education institutions. In a society that is growing increasingly ethnically diverse, ...