JEEL Articles

The Journal of Ethical Educational Leadership archives each published manuscript independently, by number. The year of publication determines the Volume Number.


Vol.4, No.1: Wilson, R., Moore, G.W., Bustamante, R., & Slate, J.R. (2017): Differences in disciplinary consequence assignment as a function of grade span configuration by student economic status.

Vol.4, No.2: Laury, D.J. (2017). Applying retention theories to student-faculty interactions.

Vol.4, No.3: Earthman, G.I. (2017). The relationship between school building condition and student achievement: A critical examination of the literature.

Vol.4, No.4: Tiger, K.N. & Slate, J.R. (2017). Differences in discipline consequences as a function of economic status by gender.

Vol.4, No.5: Foster, M.D., Young, J.R., & Young, J.L. (2017). Teacher perceptions of parental involvement and the achievement of diverse learners: A meta-analysis.


Vol.3, No.1: Haylett, C. (2016). For-profit higher education – does it ultimately benefit the United States government?

Vol.3, No.2: Henkel, B.L., Slate, J.R., & Martinez-Garcia, C. (2016). Out-of-school suspension and differences in reading and mathematics achievement by gender and ethnicity/race.

Vol.3, No.3: Mertler, C.A. (2016). Leading and facilitating educational change through action research learning communities.

Vol.3, No.4: Moses, A. (2016). Book Review: Leading with integrity: Reflections on legal, moral and ethical issues in school administration, by. C.G. Oliver, Jr.

Vol.3, No.5: Tandy, J.A., Whitford, D.K., & Hirth, M.A. (2016). A review of special education teacher (set) evaluation practices.

Vol.3, No.6: Hoisington, S.R., Slate, J.R., Martinez-Garcia, C., & Barnes, W. (2016). The 65% instructional expenditure ratio: Historical keystones and current status.

Vol.3, No.7: Tran, H. (2016). Understanding efficiency and the teacher quality movement through the lens of institutional theory.

Vol.3, No.8: Lyons, L., Jean-Sigur, R., & Bell, D. (2016). Addressing the needs and challenges of high quality child care services on university campuses: One institution’s collaborative approach.

Vol.3, No.9: Hodge, M. & Welch, J. (2016): An implementation perspective: Relevant lessons from no child left behind (NCLB) for the implementation of the every student succeeds act (ESSA).

Vol.3, No.10: Rizk, A. (2016). Central perspectives of the school-based reform program in Egypt: An evaluative study.


Vol.2, No.1: Anderson, D., Lubig, J., & Mathys, H. (2015). All other things being equal: Michigan principals’ hiring preferences.

Vol.2, No.2: Khan, M.Q., Slate, J.R., Martinez-Garcia, C., & Moore, G.W. (2015). Differences in teacher gender in Texas teacher workforce as a function of school level.

Vol.2, No.3: Martinez-Hicks, L., Clayton, J.K., & Howard, L. (2015). An exploration of how elementary school principals approach the student retention decision process.

Vol.2, No.4: Bhattarai, P.C. (2015). The ethics of educational administrators: Are they uniform or contextual?

Vol.2,No.5: Lopez, N.C. (2015). How the hegemonic structure of school discipline supplies the school to-prison pipeline.

Vol.2, No.6: Myers, E.L. & Di Blasi, M. (2015). Special education policy & practice: A modeled response to the literature on inclusion in secondary schools.


Vol.1, No.1: Williams, Y. (2014). Culturally competent common core: The newest deal

Vol.1, No.2: Wang, T. & Kensler, L.A. (2014). School principals’ behavioral intentions of sustainability: A qualitative study in China

Vol.1, No.3: Chandler, J., Slate, J.R., Moore, G. W., & Barnes, W. (2014). College readiness for students with special learning needs: A critical analysis of the literature

Vol.1, No.4: Irby, B.J. & Lunenburg, F.C. (2014). Promoting ethical behavior for school administrators

Vol.1, No.5: Fowler, J.C., Combs, J.P., Slate, J.R., & Moore, G.W. (2014). Advanced coursework completion rates by ethnicity in Texas: A multi-year statewide study

Vol.1, No.6: Jones, M.C., Slate, J.R., & Martinez-Garcia, C. (2014). Discipline inequities between white and Hispanic middle school students: An analysis of the research literature

Vol.1, No.7: Wilson, B.R. & Wells, D. (2014). Developing leadership capacity to improve student learning

Vol.1, No.8: Ruich, C.T. & Taylor, J.L. (2014). Demographic shifts in Arizona suburban elementary schools and principals’ social justice leadership

Vol.1, No.9: Zambo, D. & Riskus, A.M. (2009): Three years out and eight thousand miles away: How action research and support developed a scholarly and influential practitioner

Vol.1, No.10: Jones, C.M., Thessin, R.A., & Clayton, J.K. (2014). The culture of one school sustaining the work of continuous improvement through professional learning communities

Vol.1, No.11: Swindlehurst, K.A., Shepherd, K., & Salembier, G. (2014). Promises and challenges of schoolwide implementation of response to instruction (RtI): Principals’ perspectives

Vol.1, No.12: Özaslan, G. (2014): Deans’ perceptions of upward dissent messages from their underlings

Vol.1, No.13: Harrell, J.B. & Watson, T.N. (2014). Instructional coaching: A model for professional development in the common core era


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