Examining the effects of collaborative leadership and school capacity building on school academic improvement

Ronald H. HECK, Philip HALLINGER

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Abstract

We propose that longitudinal multilevel models are a potentially powerful means of capturing the effects of leadership in organizations. Our proposed reciprocal effects model emphasizes dynamic organizational components of school leadership, capacity building, and achievement that influence each other over time within one simultaneous model. Results provide support for the proposed theoretical model.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2009

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Heck, R. H., & Hallinger, P. (2009, November). Examining the effects of collaborative leadership and school capacity building on school academic improvement. Paper presented at the UCEA Convention 2009: Learning for Leading: Reflecting On Innovative Practices and Partnerships, Anaheim, CA.