Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dr. Elizabeth Minor
Dr. Harrington Gibson
Wagner et al.’s (2010) change leadership model was used to assess culture, context, conditions, and competencies of a large, diverse urban school district to create a systemic plan for supporting building level administrators. Interviews were conducted with former building level administrators, teachers, and staff who worked with building level administrators within the district. Results indicated overwhelming support for the building level administrators in the district. Strategies for implementation included: creating professional learning communities, leading adult learning, and developing leadership capacity. To achieve the much-needed changes, CPS personnel must be ready for a complete change in thinking, and it will take time. The change plan detailed how to reinforce best practices with building level administration.
Alstadt, Jeffrey, "Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Systems To Support Administrators Plan" (2018). Dissertations. 298.
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