2023 Winter Journal of Scholarship and Practice
Winter 2023, Volume 19 No. 4
The AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice is a refereed, blind-reviewed, quarterly journal with a
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Opportunities for Trust Building in Times of Discord
We are in a moment of opportunity. The struggle over who controls the future of America’s public schools may come down to a matter of trust. Ken Mitchell
Female Superintendents’ Perceptions of Unconscious Gender Bias In The Superintendency: An Exploratory Quantitative Study
This nationwide study of 532 female school district superintendents, offers compelling evidence that unconscious gender bias exists on the job and further inhibits equitable female representation in the superintendency.
Native American Bilingual Education: An Ethnography of Powerful Forces
This book, as an ethnography, comes straight from the author’s perspective of her eight years working and observing the Crow Tribe in Montana
Superintendent Trustworthiness: Elementary School Principals’ Experiences and Perceptions
What are indicators of superintendent trustworthiness as experienced and perceived by elementary school principals?
Mission and Scope, Copyright, Privacy, Ethics, Upcoming Themes, Author Guidelines, Submissions, Publication Rates & Publication Timeline
The Journal publishes accepted manuscripts in the following categories: (1) Evidence-based Practice, (2) Original Research, (3) Research-informed Commentary, and (4) Book Reviews.
Thanks and Appreciation
Special thanks to Kenneth Mitchell, Manhattanville College, for his efforts in selecting the articles that comprise this professional education journal and lending sound editorial comments to each volume.
whose responsibility it is to carry out the mission of school districts in the education of children.
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