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Thinking and Acting Systematically: Improving School Districts Under Pressure


reviewed by Angela Urick — March 07, 2017

coverTitle: Thinking and Acting Systematically: Improving School Districts Under Pressure
Author(s): Kara S. Finnigan & Alan J. Daly (Eds.)
Publisher: American Educational Research Association, Washington
ISBN: 0935302441, Pages: 254, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 07, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21858, Date Accessed: 12/17/2017 4:42:05 PM

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  • Angela Urick
    University of Oklahoma
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    ANGELA URICK is an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma in the department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. She is interested in the study of school improvement through leadership, teacher supports and more holistic ways to measure student and school success. She has recent publications, in Educational Administration Quarterly and Journal of Educational Administration, which address how leadership varies across schools, is shared with teachers, and promotes teacher retention. With a research grant from the American Educational Research Association funded by the National Science Foundation, she currently studies the relationships between leadership, instruction and student opportunity to learn to inform both practice and policy.
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