Academy of Educational Leadership Journal

Published semiannually by Allied Academies, the Academy of Educational Leadership Journals is a peer-reviewed journal with articles focusing on education and educational leadership.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 2, May

An Analysis of the Current Status of Student Debt: Implications for Helping Vulnerable Students Manage Debt
ABSTRACT Too many students are having serious problems with credit card debt. This debt can lead to the student's dropping out of school in the worst case; however, even when the students stay in school, they begin their careers saddled with excessive...
Collegiate Adventure Program: Creating a Business Personality
ABSTRACT More than ever, today's new hires are expected to hit the ground running. As such, there has been a resurgence of selection research over the last several years. In general, the findings of this research indicate that an occupationally-relevant...
Ethics and Music: A Comparison of Students at Predominantly White and Black Colleges, and Their Attitudes toward File Sharing
ABSTRACT The relationship between race and ethics has been explored in recent years, but to date only limited mixed empirical results have been recorded. Still, the notion of examining a race/ethics relationship has relevance because of the variance...
Integrating ICT into Higher Education: A Study of Onsite vs Online Students' Perceptions
ABSTRACT For the past two decades, information and communication technologies (ICT) have transformed the ways professors teach and students learn. The purpose of this study is to investigate the perceptions of onsite students (hybrid or blended...
Self-Selection into Degree Programs: Differences in Preferred Learning Styles between Online Students and Traditional Students
ABSTRACT This study is an exploratory investigation of students' propensity to self-select into web-based degree programs based on their preferred styles of learning. The learning styles of students enrolled in several cohorts of an accredited,...
Service Executives on Preparing Undergraduates for Sales Positions
ABSTRACT Business schools are increasingly under scrutiny to make certain that the knowledge and skills they impart to students are consistent with the needs of a rapidly changing competitive environment and the organizations that hire college graduates....
Student Perceptions and Opinions toward E-Learning in the College Environment
ABSTRACT Distance or electronic learning (E-learning) has become very popular on university and other academic campuses. Various distance learning technologies are being utilized for the delivery of courses and entire degree programs. With the advancement...
The Future of Academic Honesty
ABSTRACT Cheating has permeated many facets of American life. Reports on cheating are found in business, the media and on college campuses. Perhaps one of the more disturbing trends is reports on increasing cheating among grade and high school teachers...
The Use of Scoring Rubics in Management Accounting
ABSTRACT The first two courses in accounting, principles I and II elicit fear and misunderstanding from most business students. Reinforcing the importance of accounting as a foundational building block in business education is critical to the students'...
What Is the Most Effective Way to Keep Teachers?
ABSTRACT The analysis of the Teacher Follow-up Survey conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics reveals the three most effective steps that former teachers think schools should take to encourage teachers to remain in teaching. Providing...