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Differences between stated and implemented policies in Early Childhood Education leadership: A case study of Tanzania
The purpose of this study was to investigate the differences between the stated and implemented policies in Early Childhood Education (ECE) leadership in Tanzania. A qualitative case study was conducted in Tanzania at ...
Academic dental administrators: A descriptive analysis of leadership among women deans, department chairs, and program directors
Improving and increasing women's leadership opportunities in United States dental schools is integral not only to achieving gender equity and appropriately diverse workplaces, but also to insure that the dental schools ...
In their own words: African American women narrate their experiences to leadership
This study employs a qualitative approach, using oral narratives to provide the life stories of five African American women administrators in higher education. The purpose of the study is to understand the impact of various ...
Organizational sustainability for high school reform: A case study
Traditional comprehensive public high schools have proven to be difficult to change. Governing mandates, economic, social, and technological changes are some of the forces defining the need for our schools to change, but ...