The role of administrator and teacher leadership in secondary science education reform
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This dissertation uses a mixed-methods design to explore the role of administrator and science teacher leadership in the context of two federally funded Math-Science Partnership (MSP) programs and an Administrators Science Education Academy (ASEA) designed to create sustainable science education reform. Study findings provide insight into challenges and strategies for building teacher leadership for science education reform via professional development and reimaged K-12 school designs for science teachers and their administrators in the United States.
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