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School Personnel And Leadership Collaboration Model For Ideal Work Contexts, Brandis M. Ansley, Melanie Blinder, Josephine Demere, Kris Varjas, Gwendolyn Benson, Susan L. Ogletree Dr. Aug 2019

School Personnel And Leadership Collaboration Model For Ideal Work Contexts, Brandis M. Ansley, Melanie Blinder, Josephine Demere, Kris Varjas, Gwendolyn Benson, Susan L. Ogletree Dr.

Journal of Educational Research and Practice

This article describes the school personnel and leadership collaboration (SPLC) model, a shared-responsibility framework for faculty, staff, and administrators. Prior research consistently demonstrates the need for (a) administrative support for teachers and other school personnel and (b) collegial support among staff. The SPLC model represents an amalgamation of this research and, moreover, integrates personnel support for leadership. In the managerial sciences, leader–member exchange (LMX) is a well-known relationship-based leadership approach that focuses on a dyadic or two-way relationship between supervisors and their employees. Though managers are responsible for overseeing operations, personnel contribute ideas, participate in decision-making, and follow through ...


Where Does It Say I Have To Do That? How Can Secondary Schools Enact Assessment Policy For Students With Disabilities?, Jennifer Duke Jan 2011

Where Does It Say I Have To Do That? How Can Secondary Schools Enact Assessment Policy For Students With Disabilities?, Jennifer Duke

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

The importance of effective leaders has always been a key aspect to humankind development for betterment and to make progress. As ever and as always, companies look for success and the ‘bottom line’ is always uppermost in the minds of managers and leaders; however the current times and challenges are somewhat different and on a different scale to previous times, which requires significant changes from management and leaders in order to maintain ongoing success in organisations. Such newly introduced significant changes might result in painful and traumatic changes in the jobs and lives of the employees in the company; however ...