Florida Journal of Educational Administration and Policy

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 2, Spring

Challenges of the Public School Superintendency: Differences by Tenure and District Location
In this study, the researchers examined current challenges faced by 46 public school superintendents in South Texas. Challenges faced by these superintendents which were investigated in this study were: political obstacles/governance; high stakes testing;...
Enthusiastic Educational Leadership
A qualitative research study was conducted to explore the factors relating to enthusiastic and engaged educational leadership. The methodology included interviews of successful leaders in education at the elementary, secondary, and post-secondary levels,...
Observing the Learner-Centered Class
Colleges and universities across the country are struggling with the issue of accountability, especially with regard to student learning. One attempt to revitalize undergraduate education and to respond to the calls for change is defined by a shift...
To Test (or Not) in Arena Settings
Public schools face raised performance expectations on group-administered achievement tests. In response, educators have implemented various preparation strategies to ready students. However, the research community largely ignores the impact of setting...