2024 Winter Journal of Scholarship and Practice

Journal of Scholarship and Practice Winter 2023-24

Winter 2023-24

  • Editorial: "Adaptive Leadership for Complex Decision-making in Extraordinary Times"
  • Evidence-Based Practice Article: "Multi-Level Educational Leadership Model: Meeting the Needs of the 21st Century Classroom"
  • Research Article: "The Influence of COVID-19 on Campus Leaders’ Curriculum Integration, Perceptions Towards, and Acquired Expertise in Technology"
  • Research Article: "Moving Beyond the ‘Digital Divide’: Three Steps for an Anti-racist Approach to Equitable Participation in K-12 Schools"

The AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice is a refereed, blind-reviewed, quarterly journal with a focus on research and evidence-based practice that advance the profession of education administration. 

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Thanks and Appreciation

The AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice would like to thank AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and in particular AASA’s Leadership Development, for its ongoing sponsorship of the Journal. We also offer special thanks to Kenneth Mitchell, Manhattanville University, for his efforts in selecting the articles that comprise this professional education journal and lending sound editorial comments to each volume. The unique relationship between research and practice is appreciated, recognizing the mutual benefit to those educators who conduct the research and seek out evidence-based practice and those educators whose responsibility it is to carry out the mission of school districts in the education of children. Without the support of AASA and Kenneth Mitchell, the AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice would not be possible.

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