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Educational Leadership Bibliography


Allen, L.  (2001, Dec.).  From plagues to practice: How schools can breathe life into their guiding beliefs?  
Phi Delta Kappan, 83
(4), 289-293.

Alvy, H., & Robbins, P.  (2005, May).  Growing into leadership.  Educational Leadership, 62(8), 50-54.

Azzam, A. M.  (2005, May).  The unprepared administrator.  Educational Leadership, 62(8), 88-89.

Bates, R. J.  (1980).  Bureaucracy, professionalism, and knowledge: Structures of authority and control. 
Educational Research and Perspectives, 7
(2), 66-76.

Bates, R. J.  (1980).  Educational administration, the sociology of science, and the management of knowledge.  
Educational Administration Quarterly, 16
(2), 1-20.

Bates, R.M.  (1986).  Toward a critical practice of educational administration (Chap. 14).  In T. J. Sergiovanni, & J. E. Corbally (Eds.), Leadership and organizational culture (pp. 260-273).  Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Browne-Ferrigno, T.  (2003, Oct.).  Becoming a principal: Role conception, initial socialization, role-identity transformation, purposeful engagement.  Educational Administration Quarterly, 39(4), 468-503.

Burdette, M., & Schertzer, K.  (2005, May).  Cultivating leaders from within.  Educational Leadership, 62(8), 40-42.

Christensen, C., Aaron, S., & Clark, W.  (2005, March).  Can schools improve?  Phi Delta Kappan, 86(7), 545-550.

Copland, M. A., & Boatwright, E. E.  (2004, June).  Leading small: Eight lessons for leaders in transforming large comprehensive high schools.  Phi Delta Kappan, 85(10), 762-769.

Crowe, F. E.  (1980).  Method in theology: An Organon for our time. Milwaukee, WI: Marquette University Press.

Cuban, L.  (1992).  Managing dilemmas while building professional communities.  Educational Researcher, 21(1), 4-11.

Culbertson, J. A.  (1988).  A centuryís quest for a knowledge base.  In N. J. Boyan (Ed.), Handbook of research on educational administration, (pp. 3-26).  White Plans, NY: Longman, Inc.

Donaldson, G. A., Bowe, L. M., Mackenzie, S. V., & Marnick, G. F.  (2004, March). Learning from leadership work: Maine pioneers a school leadership network.  Phi Delta Kappan, 85(7), 539-544.

Duke, D. L.  (1986).  The aesthetics of leadership.  Educational Administration Quarterly, 22(1), 7-27.

Evers, C. W.  (1992).  Ethics and ethical theory in educative leadership: A pragmatic and holistic approach.  In P. A. Duignan, & R. J. S. MacPherson, Educative leadership: A practical theory for administrators and managers (pp. 21-43).  Bristol, PA: The Falmer Press.

Evers, C. W.  (1988, March).  Educational administration and the new philosophy of science.  Journal of Educational Administration,
(1), 3-22.

Evers, C. W.  (1985, Fall).  Hodgkinson on ethics and the philosophy of administration.  Educational Administration Quarterly,
(4), 27-50.

Foster, W. P.  (1986).  Toward a critical theory of educational administration (Chap. 13).  In T. J. Sergiovanni, &  J. E. Corbally (Eds.), Leadership and organizational culture, (pp. 240-259).  Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Foster, W. P.  (1980).  Administration and the crisis in legitimacy: A Review of Habermasian thought.  Harvard Educational Review,
(4), 496-505.

Fredricks, J. A., Blumfeld, P. C., & Paris, A. H.  (2004, Spring).  School engagement: Potential of the concept, state of the evidence.  
Review of Educational Research, 74
(1), 59-109.

Getzels, J. W.  (1978).  The communities of education.  Teachers College Record, 79(4), 659‑682.

Getzels, J. W.  (1974, Dec.).  Socialization and education: A note on discontinuities.  Teachers College Record, 76(2), 218-225.

Getzels, J. W.  (1974).  Images of the classroom and visions of the learner.  School Review, 82(4), 527-540.

Getzels, J. W.  (1970).  Creative administration and organizational change: An essay in theory.  In L. J. Rubin (Ed.), Frontiers in school leadership, (pp. 69-85). New York: Rand McNally and Company.

Getzels, J. W.  (1958).  In A. W. Haldin (Ed.), Administration theory in education (pp. 150-165). Chicago: Midwest Administration Center (University of Chicago).

Getzels, J. W.  (1952).  A psycho-sociological framework for the study of educational administration.  Harvard Educational Review,

Getzels, J. W., & Guba, E. G.  (1957).  Social behavior and the administrative process. The School Review, 65, 423-441.

Getzels, J. W., & Guba, E. G.  (1955).  The structure of roles and role conflict in the teaching situation.  Journal of Educational Sociology, 29, 30-40.

Getzels, J. W., & Guba, E. G.  (1955).  Role conflict and personality.  Journal of Personality, 24, 74-85.

Getzels, J. W., & Guba, E. G.  (1954).  Role, role conflict, and effectiveness: An empirical study.  American Sociological Review,

Goldstein, J.  (2004, Summer).  Making sense of distributed leadership: The case of peer assistance and review.  Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 26(2), 173‑197.

Goodlad, J. I.  (1978).  Educational leadership: Toward the third era.  Educational Leadership, 23(4), 322-331.

Graseck, P.  (2005, Jan.).  Whereís the ministry in administration? Attending to the souls of our schools.  Phi Delta Kappan,
(5), 373-378.

Gratz, D. B.  (2005, April).  Lessons from Denver: The pay for performance pilot.  Phi Delta Kappan, 86(8), 569-581.

Greenfield, T. B.  (1986).  The decline and fall of science in educational administration.  Interchange, 17(2), pp. 57-80.

Greenfield, T. B.  (1983).  Against group mind: An anarchistic theory of organization.  In R. L. Rattray-Wood (Ed.), Reflective readings in educational administration (pp. 293-301).  Victoria, Australia: Deakin Univeristy Press.

Greenfield, T. B.  (1982).  Against group mind: An anarchistic theory of education.  McGill Journal of Education, 17(1), 3-11.

Greenfield, T. B.  (1980, Fall).  The man who comes back through the door in the wall: Discovering truth, discovering self, discovering organizations. Educational Administration Quarterly, 16(3), 26-59.

Greenfield, T. B.  (1979).  Organization theory as ideology.  Curriculum Inquiry, 9(2), 97-112.

Greenfield, T. B.  (1978).  Reflections on organization theory and the truths of irreconcilable realities.  Educational Administration Quarterly, 14(2), 1-23.

Greenfield, T. B.  (1973).  Organizations as social inventions: Rethinking assumptions about change.  Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 9(5), 551-574.

Greenfield, W. D., Jr.  (1985).  The moral socialization of school administrators: Informal role learning outcomes.  
Educational Administration Quarterly, 21
(4), 99-119.

Griffiths, D. E.  (1988).  Administrative theory.  In N. Boyan (Ed.), Handbook of research on educational administration (pp. 27-51).  New York: Longman.

Griffiths, D .E.  (1979).  Intellectual turmoil in educational administration.  Educational Administration Quarterly, 15(3), 43-65.

Griffiths, D. E.  (1977, Spring).  The individual in organization: A theoretical perspective.  Educational Administration Quarterly,
(2), 1-18.

Hall, P.  (2005, Feb.).  A school reclaims itself.  Educational Leadership, 62(5), 70-72.

Haller, E. J., Brent, B. O., & McNamara, J. H.  (1997).  Does graduate training in educational administration improve Americaís schools?  
Phi Delta Kappan, 79
(3), 222-227.

Hancock, M. (2005, March).  A leadership journey.  Educational Leadership, 63(6), 74-78.

Hoerr, T. R.  (2005, Oct.).  Faculty meetings can be worthwhile.  Educational Leadership, 63(2), 87, 89.

Jentz, B. C., & Murphy, J. T.  (2005, Jan.).  Embracing confusion: What leaders do when they donít know what to do. 
Phi Delta Kappan, 86
(5), 358-366. 

Jentz, B. C. & Murphy, J. T.  (2005, June).  Starting confused: How leaders start when they donít know where to start. 
Phi Delta Kappan, 86(10), 736-743.

Kegan, R., & Lahey, L. L.  (2001, Nov.).  The real reason people wonít change.  Harvard Business Review, 79(10), 85-92.

Lambert, L.  (2005, Feb.).  Leadership for lasting reform.  Educational Leadership, 62(5), 62-64.

Lambert, L.  (1997).  Constructivist leadership defined.  In L. Wildman (Ed.), School administration: The new knowledge base
(pp. 238-246).  Lancaster, PA: Technomic Publisher Co.

Lee, J.  (2003, Nov.).  Lessons for a new administrator.  Educational Leadership, 61(3), 88-90.

Leithwood, K.  (1992).  The move toward transformational leadership.  Educational Leadership, 49(5), 8-12.

Levinthal, D.  (1997).  Three faces of organizational learning: Wisdom, inertia, and discovery.  In R. Garud, P. Nayyar, & Z. Shanra, Technological innovation: Oversights and foresights (pp. 167-180). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Lindblom, C. E.  (1994, May).  Success through inattention in school administration and elsewhere.  Educational Administration Quarterly, 30(2), 199-213.

Lindblom, C. E.  (1979, Nov./Dec.).  Still muddling, not yet through.  Public Administration Review, 39, 517-526.

Lindblom, C. E.  (1959, Spring).  The science of muddling through.  Public Administration Review, 19, 79-88.

Lipham, J. M.  (1988).  Getzelsí models in educational administration.  In N.J. Boyan (Ed.), Handbook of research on educational administration (pp. 171-184). White Plains, NY: Longman Publishing Group, Inc.

Lipham, J. M.  (1964).  Leadership and administration.  In D. E. Griffiths (Ed.), The sixty‑third yearbook of the national society for the study of education (pp. 119-141).  Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Lortie, D. C.  (1998, Summer).  Teaching educational administration: Reflections our craft.  Journal of Cases in Educational Administration, 1(1), 1-10.

March, J. G.  (1981).  Footnotes to organizational change.  Administrative Science Quarterly, 26, 563-577.

March, J. G.  (1995).  The future, disposable organizations and the rigidities of imagination.  Organization, 2(3/4), 427-448.

Marshall, K.  (2005, June).  Itís time to rethink teacher supervision and evaluation.  Phi Delta Kappan, 86(10), 727-735.

Marshall, K.  (2003, Oct.).  A principal looks back: Standards matter.  Phi Delta Kappan, 85(2), 105-113.

McGhee, M. W., & Nelson, S. W.  (2005, Jan.).  Sacrificing leaders, Villanizing leadership: How educational accountability
policies impair school leadership.  Phi Delta Kappan, 86(5), 367-372.

Morrison, E. C.  (2005, May).  Trial by fire.  Educational Leadership, 62(8), 66-67.

Paavola, S., Lipponen, L., and Hakkarainen, K.  (2004, Winter).  Models of innovative knowledge communities and three metaphors of learning.  Review of Educational Research, 74(4), 557-576.

Pondy, L. R. (1978).  Leadership is a language game.  In M. W. McCall, & M. M. Lombardo (Eds.), Leadership: Where else can we go?
(pp. 87-99).  Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Popkewitz, T. S.  (1998, Spring).   The culture of redemption and the administration of freedom as research.  Review of Educational Research, 68(1), 1-34.

Pounder, D., & Crow, G.  (2005, May).  Sustaining the pipeline of school administrators.  Educational Leadership, 62(8), 56-60.

Powell, W., & Napoliello, S.  (2005, Feb.).  Using observation to improve instruction.  Educational Leadership, 62(5), 52-54.

Prawt, R. S.  (1998, Summer).  Current self-regulation views of learning and motivation through a Deweyan lens: The problems with dualism.  American Educational Research Journal, 35(2), 199-224.

Renwold, B. R.  (2000, Sept/Oct.).  Tactical intuition. Available on-line:

Rooney, J.  (2004, Nov.).  Sharing the decisions.  Educational Leadership, 62(3), 84-85.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1994, May).  Organizations or communities? Changing the metaphor changes the theory.  Educational Administration Quarterly, 30(2), 214-226.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1989).  Mystics, neats, and scruffies: Informing professional practice in educational administration.  Journal of Educational Administration, 27(2), 7-21.

Sergiovanni, T. J. (1987, 1991). The nature of reflective practice in the principalship.  In The principalship: A reflective practice perspective (2nd ed., pp. 3-14).  Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1986).  Understanding reflective practice.  Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 1(4), 353-359.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1986).  Leadership as cultural expression.  In T. J. Sergiovanni & J. E. Corbally (Eds.), Leadership and organizational culture (Chapter 7, pp. 105-114).  Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1986).  Developing a relevant theory of administration.  In T. J. Sergiovanni & J. E. Corbally (Eds.), Leadership and organizational culture (Chapter 15, pp. 275-291).  Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1984).  Expanding conceptions of inquiry and practice in supervision and evaluation.  Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. 6(4), 355-365.

Sergiovanni, T. J. (1984).  Leadership and excellence in schooling.  Educational Leadership, 41(5), 4-13.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1982).  A context for supervision (Chap. 8).  Supervision of teaching (pp. 108-118).  Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1982).  Ten principles of quality leadership.  Educational Leadership, 39(5), 330-336.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1982).  Toward a theory of supervisory practice.  Supervision of teaching (Chapter 5, pp. 67-78).  Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Sergiovanni, T. J.  (1980).  A social humanities view of educational policy and administration.  Educational Administration Quarterly,
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Spillane, J. P. (2004, Summer).  Educational Leadership.  Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 26(2), 169-172.

Starratt, R. J.  (1992, Fall).  After supervision.  Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 8(1), 77‑86.

Sternberg, R. J.  (1998, April).  Abilities are forms of developing expertise.  Educational Researcher, 27(3), 11-20.

Strike, K. A. (1993, Summer).  Professionalism, democracy, and discursive communities: Normative reflections on restructuring.  
American Educational Research Journal, 30
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Strike, K. A.  (1991).  The moral role of schooling in a liberal democratic society. Review of Research in Education, 17, 413-483.

Wenglinsky, H.  (2004, Dec.).  From practice to praxis: Books about the new principal preparation.  Educational Researcher, 33(9), 33-37.

Woods, S., & Kelly, J.  (1978).  Toward a critical management science. Journal of Management Studies, 15, 1-24.




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