Rural Educator

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 3, Spring

Factors Associated with the Personal Assessment of College among American Indian Students at a Rural University
This study examines the relationship between four independent variables (gender, age, reservation background, and cultural traditionalism) with three dependent variables (assessment of college, transition to college, and impact of college on an appreciation...
Leadership Behaviors of Superintendent/Principals in Small, Rural School Districts in Texas
In this study, 206 teachers, 35 school board presidents, and 37 superintendents/principals (n = 278) were surveyed regarding their views of effective leadership behaviors demonstrated by school leaders with dual role responsibilities through serving...
Relationships between District Size, Socioeconomics, Expenditures, and Student Achievement in Washington
The purpose of this article is to describe the relationship between district size, socioeconomic status, actual levy percentages, and their predictive influence on the 2003 Washington Assessment of Student Learning results for 4th and 7th grade students...
Transformational Teacher Leadership in Rural Schools
In this paper, the author explores the rural school context and its teacher leaders as a third transformational leadership prototype adding to Leithwood and Jantzi's (1999) two transformational leadership prototypes of females and new teachers in the...
Weighing In: Rural Iowa Principals' Perceptions of State-Mandated Teaching Evaluation Standards
As the accountability movement has gained momentum, policy makers and educators have strived to strike a difficult balance between the sometimes competing demands at the local, state, and federal levels. Efforts to improve accountability and teacher...
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