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Coloring epistemologies: Are our research epistemologies racially biased?
JJ Scheurich, MD Young
Educational researcher 26 (4), 4-16, 1997
14701997
Telecommunication in the classroom: Rhetoric versus reality
B Fabos, MD Young
Review of educational research 69 (3), 217-259, 1999
3361999
Flukes, opportunities, and planned interventions: Factors affecting women’s decisions to become school administrators
MD Young, S McLeod
Educational Administration Quarterly 37 (4), 462-502, 2001
3332001
Building collaborative relationships with parents
JD Scribner, MD Young, A Pedroza
Lessons from high-performing Hispanic schools: Creating learning communities …, 1999
3311999
White racism, antiracism, and school leadership preparation
MD Young, J Laible
Journal of School Leadership 10 (5), 374-415, 2000
2962000
The Complexity of Substantive Reform: Acall for Interdependence among Key Stakeholders
MD Young, GJ Petersen, PM Short
Educational Administration Quarterly 38 (2), 137-175, 2002
2922002
The intellectual landscape of critical policy analysis
S Diem, MD Young, AD Welton, KC Mansfield, PL Lee
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 27 (9), 1068-1090, 2014
2902014
Handbook of research on the education of school leaders
J Murphy, RT Ogawa
Routledge, 2009
2172009
Tenure and retention of newly hired principals in Texas
EJ Fuller, MD Young
University Council for Educational Administration, Department of Educational …, 2009
2162009
Section Five: Recasting the Development of School Leaders: Preparing School Leaders for School Improvement, Social Justice, and Community
D Pounder, U Reitzug, MD Young
Teachers College Record 104 (9), 261-288, 2002
2132002
Ironies and limitations of educational leadership for social justice: A call to social justice educators
CA Capper, MD Young
Theory into practice 53 (2), 158-164, 2014
2052014
Multifocal educational policy research: Toward a method for enhancing traditional educational policy studies
MD Young
American Educational Research Journal 36 (4), 677-714, 1999
1971999
Academic drift, institutional production, and professional distribution of graduate degrees in educational leadership
BD Baker, MT Orr, MD Young
Educational administration quarterly 43 (3), 279-318, 2007
1762007
Do principal preparation programs influence student achievement through the building of teacher-team qualifications by the principal? An exploratory analysis
E Fuller, M Young, BD Baker
Educational Administration Quarterly 47 (1), 173-216, 2011
1722011
The every student succeeds act: Strengthening the focus on educational leadership
MD Young, KM Winn, MA Reedy
Educational Administration Quarterly 53 (5), 705-726, 2017
1602017
Reconsidering feminist research in educational leadership
MD Young, L Skrla
SUNY Press, 2003
1562003
Supporting graduate students of color in educational administration preparation programs: Faculty perspectives on best practices, possibilities, and problems
MD Young, JS Brooks
Educational administration quarterly 44 (3), 391-423, 2008
1312008
The No Child Left Behind Act and its influence on current and future district leaders
GJ Petersen, MD Young
JL & Educ. 33, 343, 2004
1282004
Looking at engagement and outcome from the perspectives of child protection workers and parents
J Gladstone, G Dumbrill, B Leslie, A Koster, M Young, A Ismaila
Children and Youth Services Review 34 (1), 112-118, 2012
1232012
An educative look at educating school leaders
MD Young, G Crow, MT Orr, R Ogawa, T Creighton
UCEA Review 47 (2), 1-5, 2005
1022005
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