A review of three decades of doctoral studies using the principal instructional management rating scale: A lens on methodological progress in educational leadership

Philip HALLINGER

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Abstract

This report continues in the lineage of reviews of research in educational leadership and management by examining methodological approaches used by doctoral researchers in studying principal instructional leadership. The paper reviews the full set of 126 doctoral dissertations completed over the past three decades that used the Principal Instructional Management Rating Scale (PIMRS). The report analyzes trends in the research foci, conceptual models, research designs, and statistical methods employed in these studies.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Citation

Hallinger, P. (2010, October). A review of three decades of doctoral studies using the principal instructional management rating scale: A lens on methodological progress in educational leadership. Paper presented at the UCEA Convention 2010: Building Bridges: Politics, Partnerships, and the Purpose of Schooling, New Orleans, LA.

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