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    • Enhancing teacher preparation: first-year teacher use of culturally relevant pedagogy 

      Jantz, Allen W. (Wichita State University, 2010-12)
      While the cultural landscape of society is becoming more diverse, the teaching population continues to remain largely white and female. Teacher preparation programs must prepare future teachers for the diversity with ...
    • Principal evaluation: a different perspective 

      Johnson, Rhonda Annette (2005-12)
      This qualitative research gathered perceptions of Southeast Nebraska public school elementary principals, superintendents, and assistant superintendents to ascertain elements of an evaluation system that promotes professional ...
    • School closure: Through the eyes of teachers 

      Morton, Robert J. (Wichita State University, 2009-05)
      This phenomenological study examined eight teachers in Kansas, who experienced school closing within the past three years. The results of this research indicated themes of death and dying, organizational culture, change, ...
    • Successful professional development model components in two high achieving Missouri school districts 

      Stockton, Charles M. (2007-05)
      A mixed-method research design was used to identify the components of professional development in two high achieving, high poverty K-12 Missouri public school districts, that most contributed to improved student achievement. ...
    • Wellness of Kansas principals: self-perception 

      Dierksen, Frederick William (2005-05)
      This quantitative study examined the perceived wellness of Kansas K-12 public school building principals. Increased expectations at national, state, and local levels such as No Child Left Behind, budget cuts primarily due ...