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Constructive Conflict: How Controversy Can Contribute to School Improvement


by Cynthia Uline, Megan Tschannen-Moran & Lynne Perez - 2003


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 105 Number 5, 2003, p. 782-816
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11137, Date Accessed: 1/26/2021 4:52:56 PM
 
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  • Cynthia Uline
    The Ohio State University
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    CYNTHIA L. ULINE is an associate professor in the School of Educational Policy and Leadership at the Ohio State University. Her current research focuses on school improvement, school leadership, and ethics in educational decision making. One of her recent articles, ‘‘The Alleged Demise of Science: A Critical Inquest,’’ coauthored with Donald J. Willower, was chosen as the Outstanding Paper of 2001 by the Journal of Educational Administration.
  • Megan Tschannen-Moran
    The College of William and Mary
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    MEGAN TSCHANNEN-MORAN is an assistant professor in Educational Policy, Planning and Leadership at the College of William and Mary. Her research interests focus on the social psychology of schools, especially trust, teachers’ and principals’ sense of efficacy, and school climate. Her work on trust and teachers’ sense of efficacy has appeared in the Review of Educational Research.
  • Lynne Perez
    The Ohio State University
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    LYNNE PEREZ is a visiting assistant professor at The Ohio State University. Her research interests are administrative problem solving and organizational learning. Currently in press with the Journal of Educational Administration is a manuscript she coauthored with Cynthia Uline, titled ‘‘Administrative Problem Solving in the Information Age: Creating Technological Capacity.’’
 
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