Principal Leadership Styles And Standardized Test Results / Portraiture Of Three Leadership Styles And Their Resulting Academic Outcomes
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The purpose of this capstone is to illustrate possible relationships between student achievement and administrative leadership styles. The study utilizes a method of qualitative research called, “Portraiture.” This capstone brings to the forefront, the leadership styles of three fictionalized subjects. Although the characters are fictionalized, they represent factual observations I have made of various leaders over my nineteen-year career as an educator. The benefits of this study lie in the implication that positive, proactive, instructional leaders who keep all stakeholders in mind when running a building, will produce better standardized test results than leaders who do not display positive administrative leadership characteristics.
Achievement, Assessment, Leadership, Reflective Practice
Yu, Donna Lynn, "Principal Leadership Styles And Standardized Test Results / Portraiture Of Three Leadership Styles And Their Resulting Academic Outcomes" (2015). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 157.