Volume 43, 1 &
2: Spring/Summer 2012
Learning to Lead: An Examination of Innovative Principal Leadership Preparation Practices
- Call for Research on Candidates in Leadership Preparation Programs
- Innovative Principal Preparation Programs: What Works and How We Know
- Racing to the Top with Leaders in Rural High Poverty Schools
- Staying the Course: A Model Leadership Preparation
Program that Goes the Distance
- Preparing Urban School Leaders: What Works?
- Social Justice & Leadership Preparation: Developing a Transformative Curriculum
- Leading, Leadership, and Learning: Exploring New Contexts for Leadership Development in Emerging School Environments
- The Ed.D. Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago: Using Continuous Improvement to Promote School Leadership Preparation
- You Are the Curriculum: Participant Identification of Experience and Practice with Impact
- Enhancing “OJT” Internships with Interactive Coaching
- Sending Forth Tiny Ripples of Hope that Build the Mightiest of Currents: Understanding How to Prepare School Leaders to Interrupt Oppressive Practices
- Preparing Leaders for Math and Science: Three Alternatives to Traditional Preparation
Planning and Changing provides a forum for the presentation of issues and studies that inform current educational policy and practice. As such, the journal serves as a critical, intellectual resource for educational leaders, practitioners, and policy makers. Peer-reviewed articles include formal research studies using quantitative and/or qualitative methodologies, as well as reflective, theoretical pieces focused on significant aspects of education and schooling relevant to the administrator, community, or the larger public good.
Published since 1970, Planning and Changing is a well-respected journal in the field of educational leadership and policy studies. The journal welcomes submissions from both new and well-seasoned scholars.