Principal's Impact on a Middle School Success
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This comprehensive, state-wide, and two-year study of 224 of the 325 middle level schools across the state of Missouri is the largest study known with common measurement of student achievement. The study produced findings on leadership, culture, climate, efficacy, commitment, assessment, and programs and practices. The principle findings were that the principal's leadership relates directly to student achievement.
“The Principal's Impact on a Middle School Success." National Association of Secondary School Principals, Annual Convention, San Antonio, February 2008. (Concurrent Session: Jerry Valentine with Matthew Goodman, Nyle Klinginsmith, Kristin Matthews, Bernard Solomon, and Gregory Mees)
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