The purpose of this manuscript is to detail pre- and post- changes that occurred after a principal, Dr. D, was moved from one middle school to another. Dr. D brought an established partnership with him to his new school including a teacher residency program, UTeach replication program, and an on-site course. The results of ANOVAs are presented regarding the school climate according to student and teacher perspectives. Significant results were found on a number of variables including student belonging, bullying, and teacher autonomy. This manuscript addresses the National Association for Professional Development Schools Essential #5: Research and Results.
Original Publication Citation
Burrell-Craft, K., Doyle, P., Gregory, M., & Beck, J. S. (2022). Leading through partnership: An examination of longitudinal trends in a school-university partnership [accepted manuscript]. School-University Partnerships, 1-29.
Burrell-Craft, Kala; Doyle, Patrick; Gregory, Mary; Beck, Jori S.; and Wiens, Peter D., "Leading Through Partnership: An Examination of Longitudinal Trends in a School-University Partnership" (2022). Teaching & Learning Faculty Publications. 176.