An Analysis of 2013 Program Evaluation Proposals for the School Leadership Preparation Program

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  • Karen Sanzo Old Dominion University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22230/ijepl.2016v11n11a690

Keywords:

Program Evaluation, Leadership Development

Abstract

This article presents a content analysis of the 2013 School Leadership Program (SLP) grants. SLP projects provide a unique opportunity for participants in the field to explore innovative leadership preparation and development and their impact on program participants, schools, school districts, and students. The article begins with an overview of the SLP, the changing field of leadership preparation, and current research in the field. Findings then reveal a range of evaluation tools, methods, and data, the presence of myriad evaluators participating in the projects, and little focus on external dissemination of program evaluation methods beyond the scope of the projects. Suggestions for research to extend the field are provided.

Author Biography

Karen Sanzo, Old Dominion University

Associate Professor Program Coordinator

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Published

2017-01-03

How to Cite

Sanzo, K. (2017). An Analysis of 2013 Program Evaluation Proposals for the School Leadership Preparation Program. International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership, 11(11). https://doi.org/10.22230/ijepl.2016v11n11a690

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