Dr. Jill Johnson

23 Jun 2021    By Jill M. Johnson, Ed.D., 2021

Nebraska Principals & Student-led Social Media Teams

As part of her UNL – UNK doctoral pathway, Dr. Jill Johnson sought to identify the technology leadership qualities possessed by secondary school principals in Nebraska who support student-led social media teams. This study was prompted by the need to address some of the negative ramifications of students’ social media interactions filtering into high schools.



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Dr. Taeyeon Kim

23 Jun 2021    

Who Should Get “Ineffective”? A Principal’s Ethical Dilemmas on Teacher Evaluation

Taeyeon Kim, Charles Lowery

https://doi.org/10.1177/1555458920976718

It’s no secret that school principals play a critical role in evaluating teachers and providing feedback, but high-stakes evaluation policies at the local and state levels can create ethical dilemmas for principals.



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15 Jun 2021    

Educational leadership the focus of Lead Big Red podcast

A new podcast from the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will explore hot topics educational leaders are addressing in the classroom. Episodes of Lead Big Red will be shared twice monthly and feature captivating conversations with scholars and school leaders.

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Dr. Crystal Garcia teaching College Students in America course - spring 21

14 Jun 2021    By Dr. Nicholas J. Pace

The EDAD Voice Summer 2021 Newsletter

Greetings from the Department of Educational Administration! At the conclusion of what has been one of the most challenging years in memory, I am pleased to reach out and wish you well.



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Teacher in a classroom.

02 Jun 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Project examines how external, internal controls in schools affect students’ opportunities to learn

Nebraska researchers are examining how internal school controls, such as guidelines implemented by a school’s principal, administrators and teachers, can mediate the impact of external controls from the federal, state and city level.

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11 May 2021    By Dijon DeLaPorte

Dr. Holman elected to serve on the Council of Urban Boards of Education

Dr. Holman elected to serve on the Council of Urban Boards of Education.

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Dr. Renee Hyde, professor of practice retires from EDAD

10 May 2021    By Dijon DeLaPorte

Dr. Hyde retires from EDAD

Dr. Renee Hyde announced that she will be retiring from the department in August. We thank Dr. Hyde for her years of service to the P-12 school leadership program and wish her the best in retirement. As Dr. Hyde begins to end her tenure at the university, she reflects upon her extensive career in education.

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