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    Critlib Unconference 2015 Poster

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    Original design for the poster used for the Critlib Unconference 2015, held at Portland State University in March 2015

    List of Attendees

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    This document contains a listing of all the persons who attended the Critlib Unoconference 2015, held at Portland State University in March 2015. The list contains attendee names, affiliations and Twitter handles. The list was taken from the Unconference webpage: http://critlib2015.weebly.com

    Instruction for HeaIthcare Administrators

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    Science sampling test administrators’ guide

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    Teacher Leader Administrators: Part 3 Of A Symposium On Teachers As Leaders

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    In this latest continuation of our multipart symposium on teacher leadership, we examine what happens when self-defined teacher leaders become school administrators. Do teacher leaders who become administrators maintain a teacher identity? Can they remain committed to their vision of teacher leadership when they take on the normative requirements and responsibilities of school administration? Through a conversation with three teachers leaders, we explore the rewards and trials of teaching, the choice to become teacher leaders and then administrators, and the unique challenges that face administrators who deeply value the professional, political, and collaborative work of teachers

    Test administrators’ guide : science sampling

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    Reflections of Practicing School Principals on Ethical Leadership and Decision-Making: Confronting Social Injustice

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    The study objective was to identify leadership dilemmas of practicing school administrators and their own codes of ethics to inform understandings of ethical decision-making. Ethical decision-making underpins leadership practice, theory, and preparation. Existing models for ethical leadership underplay the importance of social justice ethics in decision-making. The research encompassed a qualitative study based upon the constructivist paradigm. Data were collected in the form of interviews, document analyses, and professional observations with practicing school administrators in public schools. Dilemmas reported were analyzed utilizing ethical leadership theories together with social justice constructs. Results indicate ways practicing school administrators, faculty preparing administrators, and other business or organizational leaders can utilize ethical decision-making and leadership for organizational improvement

    Immigrant Integration: Educator Resource Guide

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    Recommends ways for district administrators, school administrators, and teachers to promote immigrant integration in schools in critical areas, including school enrollment, classroom instruction, student assessment, and family and community outreach

    A Mixed Methods Approach to Identifying Administration Issues Pertinent in Interscholastic Sports

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    The purpose of this study was to investigate three propositions: a) What are the administration issues most pertinent to interscholastic sport today, as well as the next five years?, b) How important are those administration issues to athletic administrators?, and c) What are the potential implications of those pertinent administration issues to practicing athletic administrators? The literature provides a general overview of relevant issues surrounding interscholastic athletics. However, the importance and implications of relevant issues to practicing high school athletic administrators are difficult to discern. To answer the first proposition, the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) provided 10 contemporary administration issues that were most pertinent to interscholastic sport today, as well as the next five years. To answer the second proposition, a Likert-Scale was created so that practicing athletic administrators could rate each issue on a scale of 5 = extremely important to 1 = very little importance. A national study was conducted with athletic directors from the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (N = 170) annual conference. A one-tailed ANOVA was executed to determine significant differences among the 10 administration issues identified by the MSHSL. Four issues were found to be significant; Athletic Facilities, Athletic Training, Health Issues and Travel Teams. A Games-Howell post hoc was executed to determine significant differences across geographical regions of the United States. For the third proposition, semi-structured interviews were completed to provide insight on the implications for practicing athletic administrators. The results offer insight from which further investigations could be conducted to continue building on policies that influence interscholastic athletic administrators’ day-to-day accountability when overseeing their athletic programs

    The Careers of Public School Administrators: Policy Implications From an Analysis of State-Level Data

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    Examines the career paths of school administrators in North Carolina, Illinois, and New York. Looks at progress toward workforce diversity goals, promotion of teachers from different gender and racial/ethnic groups, and retention rates for administrators
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